exciting quote and "good judgment" ... yet then, if human good judgment is fallible, then so is this Greek astrophysicist!!! Sorry, yet I ought to disagree with him. good judgment isn't infallible, yet you could draw ILLOGICAL (or impossible) conclusions even utilising good judgment. however the difficulty-free logical technique itself isn't infallible. The professor may be attempting to deliver God into the approach, yet hello, inspite of various folk's evaluations to the alternative, God IS LOGICAL, and is likewise situation to good judgment, too. There are issues which God can't do because of the fact they're LOGICALLY and somewhat impossible to do. you could no longer have a 4-sided TRIANGLE, or a MARRIED bachelor. only on account which you could string words at the same time does no longer create the prospect that that "concern" can exist. God can't lie. God can't deny Himself.... there ARE issues that are impossible for even God to do. it is not a threat which you will disclaim your person life, genuine? So how can God have the flexibility to try this and you could no longer? God additionally can't make 2+2=5, only as you could no longer make 2+2=5. the only time whilst "human" good judgment is fallible is whilst infallible enters right into a logical equation. only as, in math, once you multiply ANY damaging form by potential of any beneficial form it yields a damaging form... once you place fake and genuine right into a logical equation, it yields fake... T?F?F (arithmetical good judgment). in the Christian realm, we've the Scriptures which state that "somewhat leaven leavens the completed lump." In different words, introduce purely a small quantity of falsehood, and the completed argument turns into fake. So, spiritually speaking, human good judgment isn't by potential of itself infallible until fallacy is presented into the equation. Have a blessed day.