Puritan Board Junior
=If you want to debate these points, please start a new thread so as to not get this one sidetracked.
I was responding to this. If it is a philosphical debate then I was adding my two cents worth, and there is no need to start another thread. I am just as interested as the next guy to sit around and ponder these types of questions. I was trying to ascertain whether or not God uses logic, or whether God is subject to logic or if logic is so much a part of God's being that it is simply something that pervades from everything that He does. This has become a question of logic in order to answer the original post, so I am not detering from the original thread. Earlier it was stated that God is omnopotent enough to do what ever is logically possible. I was also responding to that.
I have Gordon Clark's book on the Logos of God but have as yet not read it. It is on my list to read by the end of the summer.