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Abstract: Theists believe God exists, atheists believe that God does not exist, and agnostics suspend judgment on the issue. But what do each of these mean by ‘God’? What is the concept of God that underlies the debate? This essay explains three important features of a widely-accepted idea of God and discusses some puzzles and paradoxes related to their application.
Comment: An introduction to a traditional concept of God accepted by many theistic religions.
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- Metaphysics & Epistemology
- Philosophy of Religion
- Philosophy, Introductions and Anthologies
- Divine Attributes
- Attributes of God
Attributes of God
Peterson, Bailie. Attributes of God
2018, 1000-Word Philosophy: An Introductory Anthology