Here's the claim: each level of the scientific hierarchy - physics, chemistry, biology, psychology - has its own special laws that can never be explained by deeper laws (physics). How can this be?
What's the ultimate stuff of reality? What's absolutely fundamental and non-reducible - the fewest number of categories within which every specific thing, of every general kind, can be classified?
It's the ultimate puzzle. It's the haunting question. Why is there "something" rather than "nothing"? It seems impenetrable, uncrackable, unfathomable. But are there ways?
Can humans have knowledge of God? Between humans and God, between finite and infinite, there seems an unbridgeable gap. So what can it mean to "know God"? There are multiple meanings.
Why the astonishing claim that Jesus is God? Not like God. Not representing God. But literally God? One need not be a Christian, or even a theist, to appreciate the arguments.
It seems the ultimate riddle: How could One God be Three Persons? How could One be Three? Or Three be One? And why three? Non-believers and believers can both enjoy the logic and linguistics.
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