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Christian Tractatus

(Text as at 12/08/2007 10:17:46)


The existence of a personal, good, loving and omnipotent God, interested in, but not confined by, the material universe.

  1. Apart from the perennial moral problems related to the existence of evil, the very principle of theism now runs up against redundancy. So much more is now known about the world that the need for a god to create & control it is no longer universally felt. Hence, it is all the more important that belief in God should be a direct response to his acts, either in the present or in history, and not merely symptomatic of a desire for explanation, comfort, direction or some other panacea.




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