On 13 Jan 2013, at 20:00, Stephen P. King wrote:
On 1/13/2013 3:38 AM, Bruno Marchal wrote:
I have never met a theologian genuinely believing in both
omnipotence and omniscience. Since Thomas, christian theologians
knows that it is inconsistent.
I have yet to find a modern Christian apologists that is troubled
by this. Most of them reject symbolic logic as applicable to 'God'.
It is of course the most easy solution.
Frankly, IMHO discussing the beliefs of those that reject reason is
a fools errand.
I agree. That's why Iove the greeks. Because they love both reason and
the mystical insight. Like I said to Telmo, the separation is both
common and very awkward, especially when sustained as fundamental.
Only the jurist are aware of this, as the justice (right) field is
usually rather rigorous. It is philosophy and theology which suffer
the most (and then, by consequence, the people).
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