Image via WikipediaIf it is possible that I have correctly understood the biblical character of God aright, then what is entailed from such an understanding paradoxically makes the theological foundations of Christianity all the more unreasonable. I maintain that the internal structure of Christianity and its view of God creates an inherently and logically inconsistent theological worldview. My argument rests on the twin premises that God’s attributes, namely his omniscience and immutability, are incompatible with the likelihood of God acting in history—Heilsgeschichte. For if such a being does exists it appears to me that Christianity is necessarily superfluous to his existence.
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