jbiemans wrote: Your looking at it backwards. My internet persona has the same knowledge as I have. It is impossible for me to know something and for my internet persona to not know the same thing.What you are saying is like saying that my windstar really has a Porsche nature but it cannot express it because it is limited by being in the body of a windstar. Rather then facing the simple truth, that it actually is a windstar.
jbiemans wrote: but I can only operate one persona at a time, either the internet one or the normal life. I cannot operate both at the same time. Also, if what you are saying is true, why would his knowledge be limited ? You have to take into account that while the tool may limit the actions of the user, it does not limit the user itself.Its almost as if you are saying that Jesus is playing an MMO, and due to the limits of the game, while he is in the game he is limited (Ie, you cannot do everything you want inside a game.) While this could be an interesting anology, it proposes that an limitless being can be forcibly limited.
Hahahahahahahahahahahahahaha! Right! So when you're on the internet and the phone rings you don't hear it, eh dolt? Sheeeeeeeeesh! You sure you don't need to see a shrink? Hahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!
God is the Creator! He DOES NOT destroy!
When God chose to enter into the world He could ONLY do so in a way that would not lead to its destruction - which implies He had to accept the limitations to activity therein - which alone allows earthly beings to survive.
So, you're forced to accept the restrictions to your activity on the internet imposed by the websites you're visiting.
jbiemans wrote: So Jesus was the first time that God entered the world...
Based on the way M simply declares things to be THE TRUTH, perhaps his birth was the second time?
God is the Creator! He DOES NOT destroy! Destruction may be wrought via the misuse of His Power by those with Free Will to whom some of It is entrusted but NEVER by His Will!
For thus saith the Lord; as I have brought all this great evil upon this people, so will I bring upon them all the good that I have promised them Jer. 32:42
...shall there be evil in a city, and the Lord hath not done it? Amos 3:6
I form the light, and create darkness: I make peace, and create evil: I the LORD do all these things Is. 45:7
jbiemans wrote: And if it was maintained that God couldn't become a man, you'd argue that He wasn't omnipotent. If one said He didn't know how, you'd argue that He wasn't omniscient. I don't see your game as terribly clever.Actually if you define omnipotent as having the potential to do anything logically possible, and God becoming man is logically impossible, then I see no contradiction with God being omnipotent and not becoming man.
And if it was maintained that God couldn't become a man, you'd argue that He wasn't omnipotent. If one said He didn't know how, you'd argue that He wasn't omniscient. I don't see your game as terribly clever.
But in Scofferland, using a proper definition of 'omnipotent' is no more allowed than using a proper definition of 'omniscient'