syl·lo·gism/ˈsiləˌjizəm/ Noun: An instance of a form of reasoning in which a conclusion is drawn from two given or assumed propositions (premises); a common or middle... Deductive reasoning as distinct from induction. More info »Wikipedia - Dictionary.com - Answers.com - Merriam-Webster Another thread proposed the following syllogism: 1. God is omnipresent. 2. Jesus is God 3. Thus Jesus is omnipresent. But then Jesus is with God in Hell, as the Bible teaches. Further, it blows the hypothesis that God can not tolerate "being with" the unrighteous (in heaven) because God and Jesus are with the unrighteous in Hell. Or is God/Jesus a "respecter of some places" like the person who thinks Mormons will contaminate his house but doesn't mind working along side them in his place of employment?