God, Time and Knowledge

Ithaca: Cornell University Press (1989)
... or engenders a tradition of philosophical reflection, questions will arise about the relation between divine knowledge and power and human freedom. ...
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ISBN(s) 0801485452   9780801485459  
DOI 10.2307/2185569
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