re: Who is God
Sep 21, 1995 00:16 AM
by Jerry Hejka-Ekins
Daniel H. wrote:
>If this God as described above does not exist, then man's
>imagination is greater than the actual God.
>This is a strange conclusion. That the created is greater
>than the Creator.
This is essentially Anselm's perfect Island argument, and
was exploded centuries ago. Among other things, the reasoning is
circular--that is, it begins with the assumption of the existence
of God then by the use of that assumption seeks to prove it.
Can't you do any better then resorting to medieval theology?
>Intrestingly enough...the bible declares GODS omni's and
>He is very personal.
>The bible declares that He is unchangeable and that He existed
>before all that is Created. It also declares that He is
This argument carries no weight unless one assumes the
divinity of the Bible. Try again.
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