Re: God the interactor (was God the tinkerer)

From: Bill Hamilton <>
Date: Fri Sep 02 2005 - 10:12:28 EDT

I agree with George. Dave can perhaps be satisfied that in the world of logic he is correct. But logic that ignores the constraints imposed by knowledge available to us (Scripture) is sterile.
Furthermore, Dave's insistence that God cannot engage in a sequence of actions limits God. None of us can fully appreciate omnipotence, but I would want to be very careful about statements to the effect that "God cannot do X".

George Murphy <> wrote:
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From: "D. F. Siemens, Jr."
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Sent: Wednesday, August 31, 2005 12:13 AM
Subject: Re: God the interactor (was God the tinkerer)

> Now, if you can come up
> with a consistent description of a being both outside of time as Creator
> and within time as reactor, apart from the incarnation, I'll acknowledge
> a mutable deity.

If the qualification "apart from the incarnation" is to be made a condition
for the discussion then I have nothing further to say about the matter. The
Incarnation is the essential reason for talking about God's involvement with
the time of the world.


Bill Hamilton
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