A God who is not omnipotent is not God

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Parent debateThis argument is used in the debate Does God exist?.
Argument againstThis argument is an objection to God is not all-powerful.
Keywords: God, Evil, Suffering[ edit ].



“But this god is all the weaker, for Alain, because he is not God - he is only the spirit ("always humiliated, scorned, crucified, always reborn on the third day"): he is only in man. True humanism: true spiritualism, but without Church, without dogmas, without God. I find it harder to conceive of this weak God we're told about, who would have enough power to create the universe and man, possibly to raise us from the dead, but not enough to save a child or his people.”

André Comte-Sponville, The spirit of atheism, Albin Michel, 2006.


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