Anselmian Presentism

Faith and Philosophy 26 (3):297-319 (2009)
I rebut four claims made in a recent article by Katherin Rogers. En route I discuss how a timeless God might perceive all of “tensed” time at once
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DOI 10.5840/faithphil200926316
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