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Author Topic:   Free will vs Omniscience
VerifyMe
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Message 15 of 1444 (372682)
12-29-2006 1:15 AM
Reply to: Message 12 by New Cat's Eye
12-28-2006 9:56 PM


Re: God capable of logical impossibilities?
Could God create a rock so heavy that even he could not move it?

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Message 25 of 1444 (372810)
12-29-2006 4:30 PM
Reply to: Message 16 by New Cat's Eye
12-29-2006 10:05 AM


Re: God capable of logical impossibilities?
An omnipotent god could create a rock so heavy that he could not move it while simultaneously being able to move it, existing in logical contradiction, and not, forever and instantly, in the past and the future.
I mean, how far(ridiculous) do we have to take this?
What's the point?
My point is how rediculous god is starting to sound.

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