A Refutation of Gale's Creation-Immutability Arguments

Philo 6 (1):5-9 (2003)
In this paper, it is shown that Richard Gale’s creation-immutability arguments are unsound. I argue that God’s act of willing the physical universe to begin to exist a finite time ago does not necessarily require any change in God’s intentions. I also argue that an immutable God is capable of answering prayer and having two-way interactions with His creatures
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DOI 10.5840/philo2003611
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