Friday May 06, 2005

The Yardstick, Please

I hear an erudite scientist being interviewed on the radio.

He explains that omniscience is an impossibility, which puts God on the defensive. If God is not omniscient, how can he be God?

After all, why does God let bad things happen to good people? Of course, that question is a red herring. The question is why does anything happen at all—good or bad.

The scientist went on with many other mathematical and logical proofs that placed the existence of the Creator in a sterile petrie dish.

I have heard these types of spurious arguments many times over the years. Remember, you cannot measure God with a ruler.

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