"... in God only one infinite act can be thought...": The Ambiguity of Divine Agency and the Diversity of Evil

European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 7 (3):167-186 (2015)
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The paper argues that God does not act but is creative activity, which helps to overcome evil by the possibilities of the good that it opens up for creatures in the face of evil.



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