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Old 18th July 2016, 07:09 PM
ptutt ptutt is offline
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Default Re: Dissecting ptutt's assertions

wadaye said View Post
Your claim is not merely that God exists, but that an all powerful God exists and may give such a command.

There is both a moral problem and an existential logical fallacy in such a claim.
the moral problem is that a command must come with the threat of force ir violence against the person if they don't obey the command. Consider Saul for example ...

Secondly the logical contradiction and existential fallacy; An all powerful God not only need not command, it can't command. Giving a command implies the possibility however vanishingly small that the recipient of the order will disobey. Ergo the all powerful God is not all powerful.

Edit: And if it is not all powerful it is also not God.
And you think your argument has no possiblity of error? No possible solutions?