"Mr. W. D. Burchell says: God knows that it has no existence and him not knowing the future is not limiting his knowledge at all, since there is nothing to know."
Is this seriously where ontological reasoning leads? Not knowing something, or not knowing any single thing, no matter how infinitesimally small negates the possibility of omniscience. To suggest otherwise is risible. As for there being "nothing to know" as far as the future is concerned, that's also risible. As far as absurd rationalisations go it's a scorcher.
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