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2827On the One God and the Trinity

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  • Isa
    Apr 1, 2010
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      Bill, I submit Rob's comment on your comment about "a finite God" as my response. I look forward to your other comments on the paper.


      --- In biblicalapologetics@yahoogroups.com, William Mayor <eliadefollower@...> wrote:
      > Isa,
      > I see one HUGE error in your logic.  You consider God to be infinite, which is fine.  This makes creation to be pantheistic (or possibly panentheistic for those who see a distinction) in nature, as by definition an infinite God cannot have anything excluded from Himself, including creation.  However, you conclude your argument with the statement "It should also bring into focus the unquestioned monotheism of Christianity".  Monotheism and Pantheism are diametrically opposed to each other.  Monotheism MUST have a finite God as it requires a creation that is separate from God.
      > Now I could go through and point out other potential errors, however even without looking at other issues, this one issue sinks your whole argument unless you revise it.
      > Bill
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