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Posted by Paul R. Martin on July 14, 2003 04:51:45 UTC

Hi Stanley,

"The post that I wrote wasn't specifically meant for you."

Oops! Sorry. I hope you didn't mind me jumping in like that anyway.

"If the statement of God's perfection and omnipotence is embraced as truth, do we then have the credibility to question said truth."

Here you have hit on the crucial difference between my views and almost everyone else's. Most people assume and accept God's perfection and omnipotence, and if they are right, we probably shouldn't question God. But, I don't think they are right, and so I think it is perfectly legitimate to question God right along with everything else.

Warm regards,


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