An ad hominem response
> Logic is a human category,To which you are rather unfamiliar.
> which God is not bound to.If God cannot lie, then He is bound to it. As a
matter of fact, logic is an attribute of God's
character and not a human construct. God is bound
by His character; He says as much. But then you
will soon make God the same as Plotinus' 'good' so
logic will not apply. I should just watch the
procession without comment.
Tell me Don, what is 'logic?' What is the greek
root for that word again .... Logos or something
... think I've heard that before ... can't
remember where. Anyway, the basis of all logic
(all thought for that matter) is simply that
something cannot be both true and false at the
same time in the same way. I'm sure that the basis
of all thought is foreign to you but being
prideful of this fact is rather pathetic.
> Understanding thisNo it doesn't. It requires mystical meditation on
> requires assent to the transcendence of the
> essence of God.
> But since itIn fact, a reformed understanding requires God to
> doesn't appear in the Strong's Concordance, many
> simply concieve God
> according to the natural conceptions God uses as
> an image to reveal Himself,
> thereby pulling Him from His transcendence to
> anthropomorphize Him according
> to physicality or time.
be transcendent w.r.t. time.
> Hence, crud like "eternal decrees" whichNo ... apart from time.
> God to act in certain ways in the present or
> future because of decisions He
> made in the past.
> It's simply easy and simple to take thisNo. Dealing in ad hominems and personal attacks
> shortcut, which
> leaves an abundance of free time to go
rather than trying to understand are the only
shortcuts taken lately (as well as a proper
characterization of quality of your most recent