In a message dated 7/20/02 11:39:01 AM, email@example.com writes:
<< Even with this answer, however, it is OK to speculate, realizing that this
is metaphysics, not science. One speculation is that the infusion of a soul
is a PROCESS, and takes place over the many months of gestation, and,
perhaps, is not complete until sometime in childhood. I don't like this
speculation; it implies that there are such things as either "partial souls"
or "incomplete souls." >>
How about an "immature soul"? That makes the soul a developing dimension of
human beings, reaching full maturity perhaps sometime in early adolescence,
or at the age of accountability, as some of us old timers called it.
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