Providence and Evil: The Stanton Lectures 1971-2

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CUP Archive, 1977 - Philosophy - 153 pages
Examines the question: if the world is planned in all its detail by a mind, can that mind be called good, given the world's actual nature?

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Contents

Introduction
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descriptions and mere gibberish and as logicians know
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happens may be false if the thing in question already
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opportunity and so on do not apply to God But pro
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An Irrelevance of Omnipotence
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actual state of affairs given e g his promises and what
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frustration To confuse the human nature of Christ
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The simple rule about Gods knowledge is given by
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going to happen and human action may have made
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not see the future he knows it by controlling it
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responsible for it like a man watching a murder from
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C S Lewiss attempts
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of p in order that q not the other way about Final
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presents the appearance of being the work of a mind
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Some human virtues can be ascribed in a transferred
78
Original
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prevention There are no identifiable individuals pre
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