From: Howard J. Van Till (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Sep 04 2003 - 13:08:17 EDT
Following are responses to a few selected observations by Josh.
>From: "Josh Bembenek" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> -I don't see how this gets away from infinite historical time.
> . . . . Again, my problem is with the whole time thing, but you're definitely
> straining the limits of my imagination here.
Help me understand why "infinite historical time" represents a problem to
> I don't know that I find it
> appealing to say that God's essence depends on something, it simply IS.
But if it is essential to God's nature to be related to A World, then what
is problematic about positing the co-existence of A World? Even Aquinas was
willing to withhold theological objection to the existence of a world
eternally dependent on God for its being.
Howard Van Till
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