God, universal intelligence, BJ and Reggie

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Some people still have not grasped the difference between God and universal intelligence. Let me try once more:
BJ saw everything in terms of natural law (never suggesting where or from whom it came). He did not recognize the existence of or even the possibility of the existence of anything supernatural. While he seemed to have an interest in studying religions (mostly phallic ones), he did not acknowledge the supernatural, the deity of God or Jesus Christ,supernatural beings or powers or even miracles. He implied that Jesus was a perfect expression of his innate intelligence and that we could all be the same by being free of nerve interference.
Reggie, took a different position. He would not argue for or against the existence of the supernatural, just that it was not chiropractic. He was willing to allow everyone to reconcile those concepts in their own minds.

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  1. Vince De Luca 02/28/2017, 10:58 pm:

    So if Jesus was free of nerve interference and expressed perfectly his innate intelligence then why would BJ not further research why He, Jesus, was free of nerve interference. It should be known what causes perfect expression of innate intelligence if it is not deity. As chiropractors we look to the adjustment to promote that expression, was it that Jesus was also adjusted?

    • Joe Strauss 03/23/2017, 6:10 pm:

      “As chiropractors we look to the adjustment to promote that [perfect] expression, was it that Jesus was also adjusted?” Good question Dr. DeLuca. I wish I had His chiropractor.

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