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3 – Brainstorming

04/18/10 by Carlos Ruas 3 comments
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  1. Herculys
    April 28th, 2010 at 16:58 | #1

    very useful creation =]

  2. April 29th, 2010 at 06:07 | #2

    Essa deve ter sido difícil de adaptar… hauahu xD
    Boa sorte com o blog em inglês, vou divulgar para os conhecidos. :p

  3. Hannodb
    June 8th, 2012 at 04:48 | #3

    This cartoon makes depends on a fatal flaw in the understanding of who God is. As the creator of time itself, God himself cannot be bound by time, and logically have to be a timeless, eternal being. In other words, God experiences no Yesterday, today and tomorrow, everything is. This is also illustrated in the Bible: His very name suggests it: “I AM”. Or, as it says in Psalms: Thousand years is to Him like one day AND (This part is often left out) one day is to Him like a thousand years. God is without beginning and end. That means that the incarnated Christ was part of the nature of God “before” the universe began, and it will be a part of His nature “after” creation ends. In fact, it is only through understanding the timelessness of God, that one can start to understand His omnipresence, his omniscience and his omnipotence, because only a being that is timeless can possess those properties. His timelessness also removes the problem of Him being unchanging, and yet appears to change His mind. Since we’re time bound beings, we experience only one moment at a time, but to God, all moments are now. God didn’t “change his mind” when Moses begged Him not to annihilate the Israelites, God already knew that Moses would plead for them, and that He would spare them, as both these moments is part of His eternal being. God only told Moses he would annihilate them to reveal something about his nature: His holy nature that demands fair judgement upon sin, but also his love and mercy for sinners.

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