Comment: I shall be who I shall prove to be, was the answer to Moses.

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I shall be who I shall prove to be, was the answer to Moses.

Is the Lord of Moses no longer free?

Some argue for a dead god trapped in the pages of a book. The ashes of the once living inspired thoughts of those that came before. What if they had stoppered their ears?

Someone handpicked the contents of the Bible. Is it logical to believe that fallible men understood their insight fully or that the editors collected all the insights there are?

There are no new things under the sun (in nature).

But each creature learns new truths as the written inspirations of others are given new life by rational men and women fit to become aware of absolute reality as discerning individuals.

Suzanne's concerns remind me of those expressed by prophets of old. Sinful ways destroy a people.

Free includes debt-free!