Therefore, to interpret
Paul's contention to mean that God can be known through
nature but that people twist the evidence makes it rather
unfair to these people and indirectly implies an "unjust
god". I am not sure how you unravel Paul's words on the
rationale for universal disbelief. I am curious to know how
one resolves this conundrum.
This question has nothing to do with modern science; it was dealt with
in detail in Calvin's Institites back in the 16th century.
I recommend that you read the first few chapters of this.
Paul Arveson, Research Physicist
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