Hi Kevin - OK, I will drop this - but you say you want to discuss "how the
Metaphysics of Quality speaks to faith, hope and love", but that we should
avoid "pursuing theological arguments or philosophical arguments that
include theological questions." Sounds like you want it both ways. It
would seem that any discussion of "faith, hope and love" will lead to
You asked, "I still have a problem with your statement that God is love,
since I don't know how you define love. If God and love are equated, are
you saying that the source of all things is love? What does that mean?"
You were looking for a better analogy. I was trying to help. Although I
find meaning in the statement "God is love" I'm not making an argument
for or against this statement.
Marty, I'm not sure where you're going with this question. But at the
present time, because there is no forum set aside for discussing such
things, I would advise against pursuing theological arguments or
philosophical arguments that include theological questions. What does
"God is love" mean? is this type of question. A theology of the
Metaphysics of Quality might be an interesting discussion but not here
and not now.
The current forum is for discussions, arguments or what have you about
the Metaphysics of Quality. I suggest we stick to this subject.
Count me in in any discussion of how the Metaphysics of Quality speaks
to faith, hope and love.