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Eternity" by Paul Helm
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- Anselm, The Monologion, trans. Simon Harrison,
in Anselm of Canterbury, The Major Works, Edited with an
Introduction by Brian Davies and G. R. Evans (Oxford, Oxford
University Press), 1998.
- Augustine, The Confessions, trans. Henry Chadwick
(Oxford, Oxford University Press), 1991.
- Boethius, The Consolation of Philosophy,
trans. V.E. Watts (London, Penguin Books), 1969.
- Burrell, David, 1986, Knowing the Unknowable God (Notre
Dame, University of Notre Dame Press. (Scholar)
- Calvin, John, Institutes of the Christian Religion, ed. John T.
McNeill, trans. F.L. Battles (London, S.C.M. 1960)
- Craig, William, 1998, ‘The Tensed vs. Tenseless Theory of
Time: A Watershed for the Conception of Divine Eternity’, in
Questions of Time and Tense ed. Robin Le Poidevin, (Oxford,
Clarendon Press), pp. 221–250. (Scholar)
- Craig, William, 2001, Time and Eternity: Exploring God's
Relationship to Time (Wheaton, Ill. Crossway Books). (Scholar)
- Cross, Richard, 2005, Duns Scotus on God
(Aldershot, Hants., Ashgate). (Scholar)
- DeWeese, Garrett J., 2004, God and the Nature of
Time (Aldershot, Hants., Ashgate). (Scholar)
- Ganssle, Gregory E. and Woodruff, David M., eds., 2002, God and
Time (Oxford, Oxford University Press). (Scholar)
- Halbertal, M. and Margalit, A, Idolatry (Cambridge,
Mass. Harvard University Press, 1992)
- Helm, Paul, 1988, Eternal God (Oxford: Clarendon
- Kenny, Anthony, 1979, The God of the
Philosophers (Oxford, Clarendon Press). (Scholar)
- Leftow, Brian, 1991, Time and Eternity (Ithaca: Cornell
University Press). (Scholar)
- Lucas. J.R., 1989, The Future (Oxford: Blackwell). (Scholar)
- McTaggart, J.M.E., 1908, ‘The Unreality of Time’,
Mind 17: 456–473. (Scholar)
- Maimonides, M., The Guide of the Perplexed trans. with an
intro. by Shlomo Pines, with an Introductory Essay by Leo Strauss
(Chicago, The University of Chicago Press), 1963.
- Pike, Nelson, 1970, God and Timelessness (London,
Routledge and Kegan Paul). (Scholar)
- Rogers, Katherin A., 1994, ‘Eternity has no
Duration’, Religious Studies 30: 1–16. (Scholar)
- Rogers, Katherin A., 2008, Anselm on Freedom (Oxford,
Oxford University Press, 2008). (Scholar)
- Rogers, Katherin A., 2000, Perfect Being Theology
(Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press). (Scholar)
- Sorabji, Richard, 1984, Time, Creation and the Continuum:
Theories in Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages (London:
- Stump, Eleonore and Kretzmann, Norman, 1981,
‘Eternity’, Journal of Philosophy 78(8):
- Swinburne, Richard, 1977, The Coherence of Theism (Oxford,
Clarendon Press). (Scholar)
- Swinburne, Richard, 1994, The Christian
God (Oxford, Clarendon Press). (Scholar)
- Wolterstorff, Nicholas, 1975, ‘God Everlasting’
in God and the Good: Essays in Honor of Henry Stob,
edd. Clifton Orlebeke and Lewis Smedes (Grand Rapids,
Mich. Eerdmans), pp. 181–203. (Scholar)