tdavis remarks

John W. Burgeson (
18 Oct 96 10:11:47 EDT

tdavis wrote, in part: "I want to offer the strongest possible support to George
Murphy's affirmation that God was utterly free to create a universe of any
particular sort we could imagine -- and of any particular sort we cannot
imagine, for that matter."

Is this not a presupposition?

Suppose it were not true. Suppose our creator was NOT free to create just any
universe. For instance -- a universe in which three plus two equalled
seventy-six. What would be different? How could we test such an assertion? How
do we know, for instance, that our universe is not just some half-baked grad
student project?