>>102867233>No, it doesn't, because God is both Omnipotent AND Omniscient in the Christian tradition, you idiot. He knows all, and can control all.
Omnipotent is a far better term than omniscient. Someone who can make the future be anything probably doesn't need to see it (or even can, you're still going off the assumption that God can predict every forseeable event in the future just because of his ability to make anything happen, which is null because he can just chose to not do anything as well). Sorry but it's just an insufficient term and you gotta wrap your head around this at some point.>So your defense that we're sinful because of Adam's original sin is bogus.
It's not from me, it's from Genesis. Come on mate. You had the guise of someone who knows about the bible.>If the serpent is Lucifer fallen, then God knew Lucifer would fall when he made him
No? Just because he was able to develop a desire to rebel doesn't mean he was designed vastly flawed compared to any other angel. >He made man ignorant of the Devil's machinations, and left them to be deceived by the serpent, knowing all the time what was happening. If you're saying that this was somehow a mistake that God overlooked, and not part of his plan, he'd be a real dumbass. And if it was, then he was ok with his creations falling into sin.
He wanted to test his first two human creations, his only creations made in his image. That was it. They failed their first test after being created, and here we are. As far as we know, we are being deleted eventually but since he has no concept of time, it would logically take eons.>The writers of the bible were so greedy when they created their chief deity that they put in all the good and mighty qualities, knowing all, having power over all, being the supreme morality and loving all humans.
You know, you could just LOOK UP how each individual book of the bible was actually made, instead of talking from your rear like you're doing.