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Monday, 29 March 2004
Salvation Part 2: The Mystical Password
When the Bible communicates the idea "that there is no other name(i.e. Jesus Christ)under Heaven given by which we must be saved," my mind immediately brings up a computer password that either allows or disallows an entrance to a software program. This includes "saving" a file or a picture.

Obviously, computer technology in the 1st century was completely non-existent. However, if a lifetime was going to be "saved" as a high tech computer file, it might need a password like "Jesus Christ". Impossible to understand before 1940, but easier since then. All memories, emotions, abilities and personality traits could be preserved this way by an advanced civilization.

The Father of all living computers could be connected to using the correct password. What do you think?



A Fundamentalist View Of This Subject

Posted by qualteam at 10:49 PM EST
Updated: Monday, 29 March 2004 10:56 PM EST
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