RE: Question

Fri, 18 Aug 95 11:44:00 CDT

From: David McFadzean
Subject: Re: Question
Date: Friday, August 18, 1995 10:21PM

>At 10:47 AM 8/18/95 CDT, you wrote:

>>Yes I agree. May I ask you how God contradicts what you believe, and how
>>Big Bang does not?

>I think it is logically impossible for a single entity to be simultaneously
>omnipotent, omniscient and perfectly moral.

If he were trapped in our three dimensional little view of things, yes, I
Could you explain your logic if I am missing something?

>For example, I can know fear. God cannot, because God also knows that
>nothing can hurt him. He can be all-knowing or all-powerful, but not both
>at once.

God knows fear, not as you know it. It is one of the tools of my enemy, but
I won't go into a theology lesson. God is not afraid, if that is what you
are implying, but He can feel hurt, nothing can defeat Him if that is your
point. He says it hurts Him when His creation rebels against Him. Why can't
he be all knowing and yet all powerful?

>There is not much to say about how the big bang model does not contradict
>any of my current beliefs. It is a scientific model. It doesn't invoke
>any supernatural explanations. What do you want?

Is it because you believe one group of people over another? That would be
being biased and "closed-minded"... And that would contradict your beliefs,
would it not?

Take care,
In Him,