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“Infinitude: Implications for Trinitarian Theology”

Samuel Augsburger, Biomechanical Engineer, Lexington, KY

Responders: Robert Hostetler, Retired Mathematics Professor, Penn State University, VMRC Resident VA
Richard Bowman, Emeritus Physics Professor, Bridgewater College, VMRC Resident

Synopsis: Greek philosopher Zeno of Elea argued that it is impossible to traverse a path of given distance because such a path is comprised of an infinite series of half-distances. Since performing an infinite number of tasks is impossible, the path cannot be traversed. Zeno’s paradox is an example of an ill-defined problem, founded on mixed dimensions. Trinitarian theology is similarly ill-defined and embroiled in a dimensional quagmire.

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