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god is beyond logic.

 
 
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Reply Thu 6 Aug, 2009 01:37 pm
@Serena phil,
Serena;81565 wrote:
I'm not sure if it is logically possible or necessary to define a factor through the use of logic when it is both logically and illogically impossible to define based on numerous descriptions. I don't think we can know God well enough to be able to logically explain God's true universal essentiality. The results would be an infinite circulation.


Why would explaining God's essentiality result in a circulation?
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Serena phil
 
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Reply Thu 6 Aug, 2009 10:53 pm
@vectorcube,
God's necessity can't be universally justified. The numerous definitions of which God is perceived as would probably lead to alternating calculations. If God was meant to be beyond comprehension, our system of "logic" would most likely cancel out. God's necessity for us is probably of higher need than our necessity for God.
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