Thursday, February 12, 2009
Almighty (and all-knowing?)
Following op on a post from 7 November 2008: The former Nebraskan State senator who filed a court case against god that was dismissed because the court found that it could not be served on the defendant, is trying to re-start the action.
A God who is "all-knowing'' should know when he's being sued, even without being served notice of the lawsuit, said former State Sen. Ernie Chambers of Omaha. After all, Chambers wrote to the Nebraska Court of Appeals, courts already invoke the Almighty in oaths to witnesses that they tell the truth "so help me God. ''He said it was inconsistent for the Douglas County District Court "to take judicial notice of God in order to administer oaths and to enter an order to dismiss . . . yet simultaneously deny that the all-knowing God has notice of the petition,'' Chambers stated in written arguments submitted Monday. [to be continued]