On Tue, 18 Feb 2003, Matthew Hunter wrote: @> > From the point of view of a religious scholar, though, that's not an @> > acceptable solution; basically, the tension arises from the following set @> > of statements: @> @> I'm not a religious scholar. @> @> I want a logical solution to the paradox and I don't care if God @> dies as a result. I am perplexed; it seems to me that the paradox only exists if you accept the existance of God in the first place. If you don't believe in the existance of God, then the series of statements as shown is perfectly OK with you. It's only the people that do believe that care about producing arguments as to why God can or cannot create certain types of rocks. (Well, them and people that just like arguing.) Anyway, sausage biscuit time.