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I would like to note I believe in God. I just like funny jokes.
You're last few questions are ones no one can possibly answer. The original question I just choose not to because it won't matter what I say it won't change any opinion, thus a waste of our time.
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That's because your stance is inherently contradictory.
Stay off scissor lifts. God doesn't like it when Notre Dame fans go up on those things.
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No, it's because as humans with limited thought can't comprehend the limitless thoughts of God.
Why should I listen to anything you have to say about something you can't comprehend?
There's a difference between seeking an opinion and looking to change your opinion. And it's not a waste of my time, or I wouldn't be asking. I just find it interesting.
It's a mind bender. There are many that both refute and seek to prove the existence of god (using inductive/deductive reasoning).
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Free will would clearly dictate that if I'm supposed to get onto a pencil thin apparatus in tropical storm winds then Brian Kelly can go eff himself
Done, can't argue with a stone and pebble
If God is omnipotent could he create a stone or pebble that he could not move himself?
We'll never know, we can't "comprehend the limitless thoughts of God."
you're all goin to hell.
At least I'll enjoy the journey.
I hear there's a pretty cool highway.
You too I guess.
Whatever bro. I'm ridin a majestic translucent steed right up to the big guys palace.
I do what I want ™
Yeah, in these religious threads it's pretty amazing how weird people will get over absolutely valid questions. You know, questions that have been proffered by some of the greatest minds in the history of mankind.
Ask any educated or learned person of the cloth these same questions and you'll actually get a reasoned answer. The "lord works in mysterious ways / his designs are unfathomable to us" response almost never.
WOW what a nerd, you def got your azz kicked in HS..
Anyway, here are just a couple of answers (of many) you could run with...
God’s omnipotence includes the power to set a limit on what can be known even to himself. This allows for free moral choices.
God knows everything that’s happening or ever happened, but cannot know the future, because it doesn't exist. This doesn’t compromise God’s omniscience because it’s not possible to know something that doesn't exist. Similarly, that it’s not possible to make a circle with three angles does not affect God's omnipotence. A circle is a circle and a triangle is a triangle.
Those are interesting answers.FWIW I didn't think you were the one who was being sarcastic, I thought your question was legitimate, I just did not want to answer it for various reasons
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