AQA A2 r.e topic 2 definitions of god/u.r - eternal and omnipotence

Focused on philosophical ideas about the eternal and omnipotence of God/U.R

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  • Created on: 01-05-12 19:33
Simplicity of God means that...
God is complete, not made up of different parts
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What is the most accurate way of defining "eternal" in reference to God/U.R?
duration without limits
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What is the main problem with using "eternal"?
God is beyond space and time
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Give an accurate example of God acting in a finite way
Communications with Jesus
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Give an example of God acting in an infinite way
Isaiah's understanding
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"God can do anything, even the logically impossible" was this...
Descartes
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"God can do anything that is logically possible" was this...
Aquinas
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"God is limited by the universe he created" was this...
Vardy
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What does "Ex-nihilo" mean in referance to God's Omnipotence?
God created the Universe from nothing
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Omnipotence is essential for Monotheism, true or false?
True
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Why may it sometimes be ok to say "God cannot do X"?
It may go against God's nature to do X
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duration without limits

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