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Benedikt Paul Göcke
Ruhr-Universität Bochum
Ludwig Jaskolla
Munich School of Philosophy
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SummaryWe briefly clarify Tetens’s concept of God and argue that there are some problems regarding both the precise formulation of his panentheism as well as its implications for sin and special divine action.
Keywords Cosmology  Handeln Gottes  Kosmologie  Panentheism  Panentheismus  Sin  Special Divine Action  Sünde
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DOI 10.1515/nzsth-2017-0028
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