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the question I have been given is: Outline a problem with the view that God is all powerful.(9)
We were told to use the paradox of the stone as the problem... but I can't get even 5 marks about it let alone 9????
it says OUTLINE not evaluate so I cant do arguments that solve the paradox...
can somebody help me with this? thanks...
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(Original post by fridgeraider)
the question I have been given is: Outline a problem with the view that God is all powerful.(9)
We were told to use the paradox of the stone as the problem... but I can't get even 5 marks about it let alone 9????
it says OUTLINE not evaluate so I cant do arguments that solve the paradox...
can somebody help me with this? thanks...
You're right. 'Outline' means only to explain what the Stone Paradox is and it's relation to God's omnipotence, not to give any resolutions.

Which is why I highly highly doubt this will be (9) question, there's not much to say on it, unless you can draw on other wider reading/knowledge, like variations of the stone paradox or it's history, etc.
It should only be a (5). Simply outline the steps of the paradox in a coherent manner and relate this back to God's omnipotence.
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