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Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Peter Vardy & Julie Arliss.|
|LC Classifications||BT103 .V36 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||264 p. :|
|Number of Pages||264|
|LC Control Number||2004445791|
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In the second part Ganssle then takes us through the process of thinking well about God in particular. He asks us to consider whether there are good reasons to believe that God exists. He thinks. God has the moral wisdom to know what's right and the goodness to command it.
But in that case, God commands things because they're right and not the other way around. One reason for resisting the conclusion that the divine command theory fails is that people can't imagine God.
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By Allen Stairs. Edition 1st Edition. First Published chapter 25 Pages. God and Language. With Allen Stairs, Christopher Bernard. There are betweenand 1, books published in the United States each year, and no matter how much knowledge they contain, the sum of it pales when compared to the wisdom of God.
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It is never wise to attempt to do God’s work in man’s way. It is an age-old temptation that seems to make sense on the surface but often is at variance with the purposes of God. Excerpts republished with permission from Experiencing God Day by Day by Henry T.
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