Thursday, September 10, 2009

"God Is Impossible" Part 13--The Omniscient Changes The Future's entire argument here is two sentences: A God who knows the future is powerless to change it. An omniscient, all-powerful, free-willed God is impossible.

How exactly does this make sense? Omniscient knows He knows all, that means He can see every possible outcome of a given situation based on his interference, so he can make a free-willed decision on what he'd like best, and the limits on what he can do with it are non-existent because of his omnipotence. Again Mr. Docterman's claims are unfounded.


  1. His analysis rests on the premise that God is bound by time and space. Like He is waiting around for things to happen. God sees the beginning and the end as if it were happening at once.

    He makes the point that God was waiting around for an eternity then one day decided to create the universe.

  2. Likewise if he knows all then he should have made the best choices all the time.there would be no reason to need to change his mind on anything he does because he would supposedly .make the right decision all the time.