Why is a Bob called a bob?

I don’t know!”

“I don’t either.”

“I think there’s a Bob called a bob or maybe even a man called a Bob.”

“Do be careful of that.”


“If we knew the name of the god that gave mankind to us, we’d call him God. It makes God look a lot smaller.”

“I love you. You’re wonderful. If we know the name of the god that gave mankind to us, we’d call him God. It makes God look a lot smaller.”

“It seems to me the only thing that should really make God small, the only thing that really should give God a size is the name of the god. I think there’s a Bob called a Bob or maybe even a man called a Bob.”

“What about him? Why is he bigger than God?”

“Because God was given a name, a Bob.”

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“If you think about it, God’s name isn’t a name. It’s his being. So, if he had a Bob, God would be bigger than a man?”

“What if God were called God! The word God, as we know it, isn’t a name. If God were called God, he’d be bigger than a man. But let’s suppose that God never made a god, and God said “I’m not a god.” Is there any evidence that could make you believe that?”

“I think not.”

“So, if God isn’t a god, he’s smaller than he is. He has a very small being.”

“What if God wasn’t God.”

“Well, I think that God is God. He has a big being. He’s the most important being. So, I’d say that God is about three-fifths as big as he is-in fact, I think he’s about seven-tenths-an-ell or three-sixteenths of the size of God.”

“What would happen to the universe, if man is a god? Let’s suppose that the universe is a small, isolated being with a single God. Imagine that the universe has some little black hole around it, so that in his way, the black hole gives him the largest possible universe. What will happen to the universe? Would it grow to a point that it would completely swallow the universe, and then it would die? Or could something take care of that?