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marknoo

Communicable Attributes of God - I don't think reason is one of them, why does "everyone" else say it is?

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From what I know we have an intuitive God. He knows things, he doesn't think about them. He doesn't wonder, if I do B instead of A what would happen. He just already knows.

 

So what purpose would reason serve our God? Unless reason is just a gift for us (maybe Angels too).

 

As the title says, every theologian (reformed theologian) I have come across says this is communicable. Why?

 

God was not "young", he did not need to reason until he started to know everything.

 

I am sure there is an answer, I just don't know what it is.

 

Oh, Grudem, Sproul, and McClarty are the only systematic theologies I am familiar with, so maybe it is just a lack of variety in my education. And RW Glenn, I have heard his systematic theology "plectures" too.

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Hello Marknoo,

 

This is probably the standard for Systematic Theology: https://www.christforums.org/forum/christian-community/apologetics-and-theology/systematic-theology/9999-louis-berkhof-systematic-theology

 

You can download the entire book for free in the above link.

 

God bless,

William

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