- Aug 28, 2016
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It is the generally-accepted definition of a god as a supreme entity, with no recourse to sectarian niceties.is that your definition, or that of forgeries and fallacies you are facilitating.I recognize that god, omniscient, omnipotent and eternal by definition, is far beyond my humble understanding and capacity to impose my limited conceptualization upon.
My acknowledging my inability to comprehend or tell a god what a god must be is an implicit acknowledgement that I am not one.
I cannot dictate to a god regarding a god's existence. A god can exist as none, as one, as many, or as all of those, and can do so simultaneously.
For a god, all things are possible, and that necessarily includes what is beyond human comprehension.
So can an all powerful god create a stone he cannot lift?