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  1. A Study and Critique of John Schellenberg’s Divine Hiddenness Argument Based on the Finiteness of Divine Active Attributes and Wisdom.Behrouz Asadi, Enshaallah Rahmati & Babak Abbasi - 2020 - Journal of Philosophical Theological Research 22 (1):5-26.
    Introduction Man’s request for God’s revelation, His visibility, a direct connection to Divine angels or at least, being shown with more experiential evidence by God has been one of man’s historical demands from Divine prophets. Human beings’ great inclination to make idols or choosing totems rises from this very demand for the tangibility and visualization of gods. John Schellenberg, an analytic philosopher, taking inspiration from this historical demand, for the first time in 1993 presented the Divine Hiddenness Argument as a (...)
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