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RE: WHY GOD CANNOT HAVE A SON

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Submitted by Khalil (United States), Oct 20, 2010 at 20:40

First let me make clear that the term " SON OF GOD" was common in Jesus days. Any body that was following the word of god was called the son of GOD.

Why god cannot have a son? the answer is simple: it just does not make sense at least in the world we live in. Man cannot imagine or even remotly define what god is. Something as huge and wonderful as that cannot get into a physical action with any human or anythings else.

No profit in all religious history have ever seen god. That is why we all going to die and rise again in a different form that enable us to see god.

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