Geoff FOWLER wrote:

> I also agree that we do not understand *how* God's omniscience works.
> However, any discussion of the attributes of God falls under what you
> term as "trying to fit God into a box we can understand." Since we are
> not like Him yet, and hence do not understand everything He does, we
> have to use those terms and concepts that we do understand, while at the
> same time recognizing that perhaps we will never truly understand any of
> these attributes fully until we arrive on the other side of the veil.
> Until then, we work by faith and our comprehension increases line by
> line, precept by precept... as the Spirit presents this knowledge to
> us.

Exactly, which is why I kept warning that I was a hammer looking for nails. That's
another way of saying my own speculation was a box, too, with its own boundaries.
None of us is [yet] "out of the box," so to speak.

> Unfortunately for me, my understanding of mathematics is just as
> limited. I know, I know, I need to repent. :)

Heavens, yes! That's as bad as falling asleep during "the Begatitudes" ;-)

Marc A. Schindler
Spruce Grove, Alberta, Canada -- Gateway to the Boreal Parkland

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