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Subj: Re: I appologise for not putting as much thought into my answers as you did your question
Posted: Mon Jan 07, 2008 at 03:40:02 pm EST
Reply Subj: I appologise for not putting as much thought into my answers as you did your question
Posted: Fri Jan 04, 2008 at 08:59:35 pm EST (Viewed 3 times)

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But i'm really lazy . . . I blame god for that ;\-\)

Anywho just some broad strokes here. Can a perferct god make a bad decision . . . by definition no . . . Can a failable god make a bad decision . . . yes . . . would I fight that decision if I didn't agree . . . yes . . . How do I know if I was right to do so . . . If I'm really opposing an infailable god then I will lose and his will will be done . . . If I win then I was facing a failable god and therefore his superiority to me is questionable.

> But i'm really lazy . . . I blame god for that ;\-\)
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> Anywho just some broad strokes here. Can a perferct god make a bad decision . . . by definition no . . . Can a failable god make a bad decision . . . yes . . . would I fight that decision if I didn't agree . . . yes . . . How do I know if I was right to do so . . . If I'm really opposing an infailable god then I will lose and his will will be done . . . If I win then I was facing a failable god and therefore his superiority to me is questionable.

But if you are going up against a god and by power alone it was superior to you would you not loose anyway? Or would an infalliable god's will be done due to either planning or pre-ordaining matters since in all forms of monotheism I've heard G-d controls fate while in some polythestic religions the gods are subject to fate.


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