But that just says the same thing again.
Rather fitting, since I thought I was explaining to you what I meant by it. At least I used different words.
It doesn’t explain what it means for something to be the “grounding of reality”, particularly in the context where, as we have seen, the laws of logic and morality are not in any sense up to God’s will.
Yes, it does do that, and especially in that context. Perhaps your complaint is that you want a deeper explanation. But I don’t know why you’d need one unless you explain it to me. If I know why you’re asking then perhaps I can figure out what sort of answer to give you.
Also, is the claim that “God is the grounding for reality” an axiom of the system? Or is it deduced from some argument? If so, from which argument is it deduced?
Again, I refer you to the context, which was, in fact, under the supposition that God exists eternally and subsequently created all other existant things. I think drawing the phrase out of context lends itself to misunderstanding.