Re: The Glorantha Digest V8 #30

From: Carl Fink <>
Date: Thu, 28 Sep 2000 21:07:50 -0400

"Peter Metcalfe" <> writes:

> To look at it another way. Does different answers from God
> as related to by Jews, Christians and Muslims imply that
> there are no correct answers and that the Real World has no
> underlying reality?

No, it implies that none of them have any claim to being true or real, which is of course my realworld reaction to all religions.

What made Glorantha (in the monomyth days) interesting was precisely that religions weren't obviously nonsensical, like the ones in the real world.

> A gloranthan is far more likely to conclude that there is
> a higher level of reality and truth than that known by the
> Gods.

"Higher level of reality" generally means "This does not need to make any sense."
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Carl Fink
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