They call me V
A contradiction tour de force, 'tis. Can we asume that god is either A: A sadist or B: Saddly uninformed about his own powers, then?
4/7/2008 12:53:45 PM
It's not a test if he already knew the outcome. Tests are performed to observe an unknown outcome, or to confirm or deny a supposition. Obviously not the case if the outcome was known. If it was applied to observe a known outcome, your god obviously just wanted to watch Abraham squirm. I'm glad he's your sadistic god, not mine.
4/7/2008 1:21:33 PM
Aaaand the point sails right over K&P's head.
4/7/2008 5:28:52 PM
When has the Satan character ever done anything that fucked up to anyone?
4/7/2008 7:01:13 PM
Test when you don't know, when you know, why bother.
Take a pointer or two from your god. And TEST your religion. It fails soooo bad
4/7/2008 7:51:19 PM
Uh...if God knew...then he wouldn't have to test...
4/7/2008 7:58:40 PM
Y'hear that sonic boom? That's the sound of a point sailing Mach 1 over your head.
4/7/2008 9:59:55 PM
"Knit and Pray" is wrong.
I do not know the future. I have concepts, of course, so I can make predictions. Just like anybody else. The rock rolls down the hill. Where it will land exactly, nobody can know. So I can say: Heaven is coming. The sciency heaven with computers, movies, drugs, chess play on a grassy hill and uncountable sexual delights beyond today's phantasies.
Neither do I know everything of the present (for example the contents of your minds). I am just a guy. As "big" as the universe, of course (spirit mass, energy of selfperception, willpower), but just a human. The guy that you meet/ignore in the supermarket.
2/10/2009 3:20:14 PM
Uh, you do know that was the part where you're supposed to provide a rebuttal and prove the OP wrong, right?
7/2/2010 7:27:52 PM
If god knew what was going to happen, WHY test him when you know the answer?
7/2/2010 7:31:44 PM