You’ve probably heard someone ask this question before, or perhaps you have even asked it yourself. Skeptics of Christianity – or theism in general – tend to employ questions such as this because they seem, on the surface, to be gotcha moments for Christians and/or theists. The traditional God of theism – more specifically identified as Yahweh in Jewish and Christian circles – is said to be omnipotent – that is, that he is all-powerful. But if he is all-powerful, can he commit an action (creating a rock too heavy for him to lift) that would cause himself to be unable to commit a following action (lifting the rock)? In this scenario, it seems that in some way God is unable to commit one or more of these two actions, and thus demonstrating that he is not omnipotent. CONTINUE READING HERE