Hugh McCann, philosopher of action and advocate of God’s absolute sovereignty, died in 2016. A few years earlier, we discussed God’s radical, maximal nature.
For God not to know the future in every last detail threatens traditional theologies. There’d be worry over God’s providence, God’s promises. If the future...
What is the nature of art? What makes something “art”, and why should we value it? What are aesthetics and art theory? How is the philosophy of art (or aesthetics)...
Judaism, Christianity and Islam each proclaim a resurrection of the dead, a bodily reconstruction of all people from all time. How would it work? Does it make sense?
To assess the limits of God’s freedom is to probe the essence of what it means for a Supreme Being to exist. Assuming God created the cosmos, it would seem that nothing...
If God is infallible and knows the future perfectly, then God knows what I will do at every moment from my birth to my death. So where’s my free will?
What kind of God would create Hell? Does the nature of Hell offer insight into what that kind of God would be like? Does the truth of Christianity, Judaism, Islam depend on...
What would it mean for God to know the future? Know the general patterns of history and lives? Or know every last, minute fact about every possible thing that happens? Next,...