gnomo - 7/17/2005 2:34 PM
Botnst - 7/16/2005 3:57 PM
gnomo - 7/16/2005 3:11 PM
No, you have all failed the test by making assertions that are easily negated by the proposition itself. Look at how riddled your arguments are - "man is separated from God"? So the omnipotent deity did this? Then he is not good. Etc, etc. I also have noted that you, Botnst, have ignored the paradox I gave you. Since you are a human being, shot like Swiss cheese full of character defects and illusions, I will reposit it again: If there is a universal set, a set of all things, does it not prove infinity, since it must contain itself?
I answered you, but as I expected, you didn't get the pun-reference which was to a mathematician who made his bones on that problem. Which is just a restatement of the conundrum, "Can God make a rock so large that He cannot lift it?"
Away with you, little one, return to the shallow end. All of your splashing upsets the adults.
In truth, you have all failed. The answer to the first paradox was quite simple - how can God be omnipotent and good when he is suffering from severe Alzheimers? This Revealed Truth was given to you earlier in the the thread.
And the Universal Set is simply one of semantics. A rewording of the problem into "There exists one set...etc...etc.
Unfortunatly, the penalty for being beguiled by a gnome is eternal damnation. Here are your penalties:
Botnst, by being flippant, you have earned one of excruciating cruelty: You will be shackled to a wall of a cave in Hell for eternity, with your tongue cut out. Sitting at a table in front of you will be kvining, whose tongue will be rubbed daily with methamphetmine. He will spend eternity lecturing to you from Das Kapital, while he harangues you on each day's "Drudge Report".
Keyser, you are sentenced to spend eternity as Kevin Stacey's "prison punk", where you will be forced to endlessly watch his Bobby Darin movie.
GermanStar, you are sentenced to eternally drive a car constructed entirely of your own auto parts. We were going to turn your head into a Quaalude, but we found looking at your records that you had already done this a "DIY" project.