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originally posted by: dfnj2015
originally posted by: mOjOm
a reply to: dfnj2015
I'd say he's as qualified as anyone else.
But that's fine. Don't consider him or what he has to say about God if you don't want.
Still doesn't change the fact that an All Knowing Being wouldn't be capable of Gambling since they already know the outcome before hand.
Despite your childish anthropomorphic vision of God, an all knowing being would not have the desire to gamble since Omnipotence would already know or have experienced every possible facet of gambling. The OP is ill conceived since God IS every possibility.
originally posted by: InTheLight
originally posted by: DpatC
On one of my bookshelves at home I have noticed that a strange order of books that got me asking the question as to whether God is a gambler or not and if Gambling is a sin.
Let me explain one one shelf I have the forllowing order of books
Cisco - Network Fundamentals
Lost Languaguages - by Andrew robertson
Cuneiform - reading the past - CBF Walker
The origins of words and phrases - readers digest
Funk and Wagnalls Dictionary
Ontop of these books I have stacked the following Books on top of one another - in order
Sports Arbitrage by Rajeev Shah
A history of God - Karen Armstrong
The case for God - Karen Armstrong
Grow -- Jim Stengal
And on top of all that a book on terminology for Artifical Intelligence.
"God" must have been a gambler! Any thoughts?
We are the inner workings or chaos.