On Tue, Mar 06, 2007 at 02:55:40PM -0800, Tom Caylor wrote:
> 
> You seem to be saying there are only two options.  Either God IS the
> plenitude (i.e. the set of all possible universes, leaving aside the
> meaning of "possible" for now), or God is in charge of (but not IS)
> only part of the plenitude.  What about God being in charge of
> Everything (rather like Jason's "Everything is in the mind of God")?
> 
> Tom
> 

There is nothing to be charge of with respect to the whole
Plenitude. Everything happens in the plenitude - there's nothing you,
God or anyone else can do about it.

Only parts of the Plenitude have the possibility of someone being able
to change things.

This is one of the themes of my book. As I put it: ``Demigods yes, but
is there room for God?'' 

Cheers

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