The article examines the paradoxical question: "Can God create a stone too heavy for Him to lift?" It justifies that the question is not coherent, given the attributes and omnipotence of God. It discusses challenging the coherence of the question, the role of logic in divine principles, more complex questions around divine suicide, lies, and evil. Ultimately, it argues the question misconstrues the definition of omnipotence, and God's power is not only omnipotent but supremely good, redefining the understanding of traditional omnipotence.
Delve into the intricate relationship between the Father and the Son as depicted in Mark 13:32 and Matthew 24:36. This article explores how Jesus, while being fully God, functions in a role subordinate to the Father, both before and after His ascension. Unpack the paradox of the Incarnation and how it relates to the Trinity.