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Joseph Jedwab
Kutztown University of Pennsylvania
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I defend Christian classical theism’s view that God is aspatial in the strict sense but omnipresent only in a loose sense. I consider ten different proposals according to which God is strictly omnipresent and reject them all. I then present two arguments for the claim that God is strictly aspatial. Finally, I argue that, given God creates and sustains all else, God is loosely omnipresent.
Keywords Divine Attributes  Omnipresence
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DOI 10.24204/ejpr.v8i2.61
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