Nick: Can God create a rock he can't lift? Professor: Thomas Aquinas is not on the syllabus for this class. Nick: Can you answer the question? Professor: Mr. Haas... Nick: If you answer yes, then there exists a rock in the world that God can't lift. Ergo, he's not all-powerful. Answer no, and he can't create such a rock, again, not all-powerful. So, the very idea of an all-powerful god is a human creation and a flawed one, at that.
Professor: Man is so infinitely different from God he can only communicate with God indirectly. Jamie: What about the potential to actually encounter God. Professor: Not sure what you're getting at. Jamie: [reading] When two people relate to each other authentically and humanly, God is the electricity that surges between them.