I’m soon off to my weekly duplicate bridge game, but before I go I wanted to bring to the attention of the brethren this just published blog article by Dr Stephen H. Webb: “Is God More Like a Rock or the Idea of a Rock?”
In answer to his question, Webb writes:
We could answer that God is infinitely dissimilar to both an idea and a thing. That move, however, would leave us with very little idea of what God is. And it would go against the grain of classical theism, a formidable consensus that includes Plato, Origen, Augustine, and Aquinas.
This passage immediately jumped out at me. Can you guess why?
Read the entire article and share with us what you think about it.