Immutability

[Revised entry by Brian Leftow on August 5, 2014. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] The doctrine of divine immutability (DDI) asserts that God cannot undergo real or intrinsic change in any
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[Revised entry by Brian Leftow on August 5, 2014. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] The doctrine of divine immutability (DDI) asserts that God cannot undergo real or intrinsic change in any respect. To understand the doctrine, then, we must first understand these kinds of change. Both "intrinsic" and "real" (in the relevant sense)...

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News source: Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy

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