Re: A neat syllogism

Adam Crowl (qraal@hotmail.com)
Tue, 30 Nov 1999 00:09:56 PST

Hi...

>From: Moorad Alexanian <alexanian@uncwil.edu>
>To: asa@calvin.edu
>Subject: Re: A neat syllogism
>Date: Mon, 29 Nov 1999 08:54:57 -0500
>
>My objection to the first syllogism is that it places God in our space-time
>when its says that "God created life." God creates life constantly. The
>laws
>that govern the physical universe have no power to create life, God is the
>sole possessor of that authority. Since I do not know what to be alive
>means, and I think most also do not, I believe this second syllogism is
>somewhat restrictive.
>
>Moorad
>
>
How can you say "God creates life constantly. " and then say matter/physics
can't??? It doesn't make any sense... since all Life as we know it is based
on those Laws and is quite able to make itself!

Adam

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