CHRIS HITCHENS ASKS

A RHETORICAL QUESTION—

 

 

—at about 4:36 (or back up a bit for the context).

PROVOKES WITHIN ME

my own ‘divine’ question …

CAN GOD CHANGE HIS MIND?

even if we cut Him some slack? I say no. Nay. Never …

What say you?

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“Which god, Argus? There’s thousands of ’em … dum’ dog …”

 

dodo

 

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4 thoughts on “CHRIS HITCHENS ASKS

  1. They will say no, it was all part of the plan and he knew he would, but god (the writers) say “And the Lord repented of the evil which he thought to do unto his people.”—Exodus 32:14Not only can he change his mind, he can think evil thoughts. But I’m sure I’ll be corrected because I don’t understand.

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    1. You forget that God is omnipotent … He can do anything. Anything qua anything at all.

      Except, come up with an original thought or make a spontaneous gesture. (Any takers?)

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    2. And yes, you don’t understand—not no more than I don’t, but us dogs is easily confused.
      Does anyone doing any analysis on such passages ever ponder tense and time?
      How can one make folks realise that God doesn’t have ‘time’ and cannot possibly relate to it—being omnipresent in Time and Space as He is, time is utterly meaningless to Him.

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      1. I had a quick mental image of the old London/Brighton car rally thing … how could God take part (He can do anything, don’t forget) if he’s in at the finish even as it starts, and before too? Is there any point in Him ‘doing’ anything? Anything at all … ?

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