HOPE AT THE HEART OF HORROR
- PROOF FOR THE EXISTENCE OF GOD IN CLASSICAL INDIAN PHILOSOPHY. Vattanky, John // Forum Philosophicum: International Journal for Philosophy;Spring2007, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p1
Both in the East and in the West, there is, apart from the religious approach to God, also a purely rational one. Although in India philosophical speculation on God was mostly inextricably bound to religion, there have also been purely rational developments in Indian Theodicy. This is the case...
- Facing the Ambiguity of God. Plaskow, Judith // Tikkun;Sep/Oct91, Vol. 6 Issue 5, p70
Discusses the ambiguity of God in the context of feminist discourse. Differences between the question of God's ambiguity and the classical problem of theodicy; Feminist metaphors for God that elucidate dimensions of divinity; Need for the concept of a God who speaks to the feminist experiences...
- LOGICAL AND METAPHYSICAL ASSUMPTIONS OF BERNARD BOLZANO'S THEODICY. Łkasiewicz, Dariusz // Forum Philosophicum: International Journal for Philosophy;Spring2007, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p33
Bolzano's theodicy is a very good example of Platonism in the philosophy of religion. Above all, Bolzano believes that there obtains an ideal realm of truths in themselves and mathematical objects, which are independent of God. Therefore, we are allowed to conclude that God is only a contractor;...
- How is God-talk logically possible? A sketch for an argument on the logic of â€˜Godâ€™. Kirjavainen, Heikki // International Journal for Philosophy of Religion;Oct2008, Vol. 64 Issue 2, p75
In this paper I want to argue for the optimal way to characterise the logical and semantical behaviour of the singular term â€˜Godâ€™ used in religious language. The relevance of this enterprise to logical theory is the main focus as well. Doing this presupposes to outline the two...
- TomÃ¡s de Aquino y el problema del mal: la vigencia de una perspectiva metafÃsica. ECHAVARRÍA, AGUSTÍN // Anuario Filosofico;2012, Vol. 45 Issue 3, p521
This article seeks to establish a counterpoint between Thomas Aquinas' position on the problem of evil and the most common modern and contemporary responses: the argument of "theodicy" or rationale for the conduct of God, and the "free will defence". The metaphysical characterization of evil as...
- Cupcakes and sunlight. // Christian Science Monitor;5/16/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 122, p23
Expresses the belief that goodness, happiness and love are from God, they never let people down, and that they are secure and unchangeable.
- Omnipotence need not entail omniscience. Sontag, Frederick // Anglican Theological Review;Winter91, Vol. 73 Issue 1, p68
Discusses the linking of God's power to save with His omniscience in the Christian tradition. Limiting of God's power to allow greater freedom to human beings; Sufficiency of divine omnipotence; God's nature and intent to allow men freedom of decision; Separation of omnipotence and omniscience.
- On divine perfection. Power, William L. // Anglican Theological Review;Winter93, Vol. 75 Issue 1, p34
Examines the contrast between classical and neoclassical views of God. Understanding of God; Difference between absolute perfection and relative perfection; Conception of divine perfection in terms of nontemporal perfection and temporal perfection; Most credible notion on divine perfection.
- IF GOD EXISTS, WHAT IS GOD'S NATURE?: PRELIMINARY REMARK. Gerber, William // Deepest Questions You Can Ask About God;1995, Vol. 31, p35
The article offers information on the preliminary remarks on the question concerning the existence and basic attributes of God.