The Question of God’s Perfection

The Herzl Institute, Jerusalem December 20-23, 2015 Philosophers often describe theism as the belief in the existence of a “perfect being” — a being that is said to possess all possible perfections,
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The Herzl Institute, Jerusalem December 20-23, 2015 Philosophers often describe theism as the belief in the existence of a “perfect being” — a being that is said to possess all possible perfections, so that it is all-powerful, all-knowing, immutable, perfectly good, absolutely simple, and necessarily existent, among other qualities. However, there are reasons to question [...]

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