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  Kabbalah - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Eminent rabbinic teachers in the Land of Israel held the doctrine of the preexistence of matter (Midrash Genesis Rabbah i.
Although the origin of this doctrine must be sought probably in certain mythological ideas, the Platonic doctrine of preexistence has modified the older, simpler conception, and the preexistence of the seven must therefore be understood as an "ideal" preexistence, a conception that was later more fully developed in the Kabbalah.
The attempts of the mystics to bridge the gulf between God and the world are evident in the doctrine of the preexistence of the soul, and of its close relation to God before it enters the human body — a doctrine taught by the Hellenistic sages (Wisdom viii.
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 God on the Internet: Answers to Real Internet Questions about God and the Meaning of Life: Chapter 1
The larger the particle, the faster the particle blinks out of existence, which would disqualify the universe as a possible quantum event.
Quantum mechanics also requires the preexistence of space and time and could not have caused the universe because space and time came into existence with the universe at the Big Bang, as previously discussed.
The second premise, the universe began to exist, was shown previously.
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It was now three hundred years since the body of Origen had been
eaten by the worms: his soul, of which he held the preexistence, was in the hands of its Creator; but his writings were eagerly perused by the monks of Palestine.
In these writings, the piercing eye of Justinian descried more
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