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Why can God be both alive and dead and at multiple places at the same time

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in response to reader comment: Christians are polytheists

Submitted by Prashant (United States), Jan 12, 2019 at 16:06

Dear Dr Pipes,

Your reader Raul Marks told us that Christians must be polytheists because according to Raul during certain days of history the son died on the cross but the father was still alive. Raul is trying to limit the power of omnipotent God by his limited human logic. Why can't God be both alive and dead and at multiple places at the same time?

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