Prospects for a sound stage 3 of cosmological arguments

Religious Studies 36 (2):195-201 (2000)
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Recently, "Religious Studies" published an article by Richard Gale and Alexander Pruss, arguing that there exists a necessary being who is a creator of the world. Building on their argument, I argue that, assuming that there is exactly one creator, that creator is essentially omnipotent
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DOI 10.1017/S0034412500005187
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