Ways to understand divine transcendence and being
Articles by John Sanders
Plenary address at Wheaton Philosophy conference, 2000
The history of those who have affirmed dynamic omniscience.
Does God act immorally?
How human bodies and our environment shape how we understand the nature of time.
The virtues that open theists should develop
Humility and the nature of God in open theism compared to some forms of analytic and Continental philosophy
Applies open theism to concern for the envrironment
Response to Wood’s criticism that open theism is out of line with relativity physics
Divine suffering and impassibility
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