sepia wrote:Seems so, but I find it hard to prove it.
Another possible problem is the problem of experiential knowledge. That is knowledge which can only be acquired through certain experiences.
As an example, knowledge of what it is like to 'sin', or if you prefer, knowledge of what it is like to do or say an evil thing.
This is problematic for the theist who asserts that god is all loving and all good because it entails that the god cannot have the knowledge of what it is like to do or say an evil thing, this renders the god not omniscient.
Here's an interesting read: http://www.patheos.com/forums/unreasona ... php?id=134