God's Chair Arthur Anderson Art artnscience-(at)-yahoo.com
Would a non-anthropomorphic God need a chair? I guess the chair is mentioned to provide a mental image for those who do believe in an anthropomorphic God.
Otherwise, God would not have to sit down to provide comfort or even to be with the person.
The chair today gone tomorrow statement was supposed to be a gentle play on words and an allusion to the symbol of the chair being the final communication of the terminal person with his God. "Here today gone tomorrow."
Just as you have said before, there aren't always "reasons" why people write what they write or respond as they respond.
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