socratus wrote: Arminius wrote:
socratus wrote:Even an omnipotent God could not create a square circle
or make 2 plus 3 equal five . . . because . . . His work is limited
by the laws of Physics. And as wise as every wise man
God wouldn't “make a stone so heavy He couldn't lift”.
This is the reason that we can understand Him logically.
Why should God or his work be limited?
And why should God or his work be limited by the laws of physics?
Such limits would contradict what most human beings think about God,
because according to them, thus by definition,
God is the creator of everything.
Everything in the universe is limited by the physical laws
Not to those many humans who believe in God and his laws (regardless whether some others do not), also not to those who do not accept all physical laws and methods.
Note: We are talking about it in a philosophical (especially metaphysical) and a scientifical (especially physical) sense here.
If you consider only physics, then you have to leave out the metaphysical aspect (science dictates this, and the word "physics" shows it). But you do not have to leave out the physical aspect, if you consider only metaphysics (philosophy does not dictate this, and the compound word "metaphysics" shows distinctly that physics" is considered in metaphysics). There are many consequences that follow from this, and one of them is that scientists
, although they claim to be objective, are subjective
because of this dictatorship, the dogma, the determination of the methods. The scientifical methods are determined by subjectivists.Being objective in a more real sense means that the subject determines nothing at all but lets the objects themselves determine what they are.