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Is God Really Infinite?

Classical theism, with its identification of God with infinity, has developed a reputation for emphasizing divine transcendence to the point of making God nearly unknowable. The problem with this judgment is that infinity—as in, God is infinitely unknowable—does not admit to degrees. Continue Reading »

The Impassible God of the Bible

Doctrines like divine simplicity and impassibility are often accused of being metaphysical assumptions brought to, rather than derived from, the Bible. But the giving of the divine Name as portrayed in Scripture implies the doctrines of classical theism. Continue Reading »

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