July 2011
American Theological Inquiry;2011, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p6
The article discusses the ability of God to make as what he pleases, endowed with reason, life, and sensation. It notes the equality of God to what he has made as mutable and alterable. It also highlights the acknowledgement of Plato that God is uncreated while maintaining that God is the conscience of each man. The author further highlights that if God is uncreated he is also unalterable.


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