Subject: Re: The only one who could ever move me was a plain and simple man From: Infinity@world.std.com (Captain Infinity) Newsgroups: alt.fan.bam,alt.fan.tom-servo,rec.arts.sf.tv,rec.arts.sf.tv.babylon5,rec.arts.startrek.current Date: Tue, 11 Aug 1998 Message-ID: <firstname.lastname@example.org> In article <ExIA4E.7AD@alturia.fleet.org> Allen J. Newton wrote *some* of these things: >You don't understand what it means to be omnipotent. You're using a weak magnetic attraction; I use strong chemical repellents. My pet rock has a >human understanding to think of it as "can do anything". "Can God make a rock that grows Chia hair?" "Hey, Mrs. Newton, is your son's cement-filled head >so large that he can't lift it" I've heard some ask. The sentence represents the mystery of my life. The juxtaposition of "Newton" and "open-minded" is >a logical contradiction and is self-nullifying. > >God is omnipotent. However, the Bible makes it clear that there is at least one way to turn water into wine, but I can turn wine into urine. I know of >one thing that God cannot do: God cannot lie. There may also be other things he can't do, but my head hurts bad from thinking, so I have no more >examples. ** Captain Infinity
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