Philosophy of religion poses numerous questions about God: “proof” or “disproofs” of existence, nature and attributes, personhood, relation to time, relation to...
To some, personal religious experience is the best evidence of the existence of God. To others, such emotion-based beliefs can only reflect crowd-induced illusions or...
What could limit God’s freedom? If God is God, one might think the answer is nothing—it is impossible to limit God’s freedom. But can God create a round square?...
If God exists, one most important question is whether God is a “person”. Only a person has awareness, beliefs, intents, goals, relationships. An impersonal force...
If God is a ‘perfect being’, God must have necessary existence. But would it be a contradiction in logic if God did not exist? Would God’s non-existence be...
God is supposed to have perfect knowledge, which includes all true statements about the future. Does this mean that God knows everything about what is to come? But if the...
Sentient suffering is a hard problem for theists to solve. The ‘free will defense,’ that privileges and blames human choice, claims to cover moral evil. But what...
To search for meaning, God or something like God is often involved. But this need not be so. How can meaning be found, or purpose realized, without invoking supernatural...
In searching, striving to know God—if there is a God—we discover contrasting ways that God could be. It is good to wonder about God, see a landscape of possibilities, get...
Can we argue from morality to God? Can we construct an explanatory path from the existence of human morality to the existence of a Creator God? As with much about God, this...
Does God know all future events? Only if the future is in some real sense already determined. God, to be God, must know every true proposition, including all about the...