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God’s Own Free Will

Reading Time: 5 minutes I have written variously on this subject before but wanted to bring together two ideas: God cannot have free will. If he does, he could not have used it to create the world. Libertarian free will (as in the conscious and actual ability to choose otherwise in a given scenario, ceteris paribus – LFW) is […]

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Thoroughly Enjoyable!

Reading Time: 3 minutes As the virus hits, you’re going to need something to read, right? I’ve been trying to work my way through a philosophical post on Humean and non-Humean approaches to the Laws of Nature. Meh, what you really want to know about is another fab little review to one of my early books, The Little Book of […]

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Is Discussing Classical Theism a Waste of Time?

Reading Time: < 1 minute As you may well know, I spend a lot of time debating classical theism or, as Justin Schieber calls it, “generic theism”. Is this a waste of time? Well, both Schieber and myself think not: RELATED POSTS: Suffering and an Omnibenevolent God God’s Omni-qualities – Who Believes in Them? Arguing the Toss over OmniGod. Why […]

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God’s Omni-qualities – Who Believes in Them?

Reading Time: 5 minutes I have written a number of posts concerning theism and God’s omni-qualities, and have loosely classified this as classical theism (though it is worth noting that this can often include ideas such as being immutable). My ebook The Problem with “God”: Classical Theism under the Spotlight deals with this type of god, namely one who is omniscient, […]

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But That’s Not MY God!

Reading Time: 8 minutes This is an argument I have experienced a number of times, most notably at my God on Trial talks, but yesterday, on my piece on petitionary prayer, involving the notions of classical theism – God’s omnipotence, omniscience and omnibenevolence. I wrote a book (The Little Book of Unholy Questions) and an ebook (The problem with “God”: […]

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The Failure of Skeptical Theism

Reading Time: 4 minutes The Problem of Evil is a powerful argument which takes its form in various ways, both the logical and evidential format. I was watching a video debate on the problem of evil and animal suffering between Michael Murry and Daniel Breyer. I really enjoyed it. I don’t buy the skeptical theistic approach, but, as Breyer […]

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The Problem With “God”: Classical Theism Under The Spotlight – Great Review

Reading Time: 4 minutes My recent ebook (reasonably priced, don’t you know) The Problem With “God”: Classical Theism Under The Spotlight has just been reviewed by a Top 500 Reviewer, and I am more than happy with the review, which adds to the two 5* reviews it already has: 4.0 out of 5 stars Provocative Collection of Articles By Book Shark TOP 500 REVIEWER on […]

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