The debate "Any omnipotent being can't create a rock so heavy that he himself can't lift it" was started by
March 8, 2015, 12:54 am.
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Satvik_Soni, Blindness, dagyemango, Cody, danielle, mdavis1309 and 5 visitors agree.
processing123, PsychDave, Raydiff3r and 6 visitors disagree.
guys it's a paradox
don't take it that serious
God is an omnipotent being, and it is true that He can do anything... except fail. Since it is impossible for God to fail, creating a rock so big that He couldn't move it is an impossible task for Him, because He is limited by His righteousness.
I don't know that there is an omnipotent being, but if there is it wouldn't be bound by human imagination. If a deity created a boulder that was infinitely large, it would occupy every point in space. Therefore it couldn't be lifted up since there is no up to lift it into. Just because you can't understand something doesn't mean it can't exist. Most people can't understand the mechanics of gravity, but that doesn't mean they float into space. (comment recycled from another very similar topic)