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God and Time: Four Views

Edited by Gregory Ganssle
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The eternal God has created the universe. That universe is time-bound. How then should we understand God's relationship with our time-bound universe? Does God experience each moment of time in succession or are all times present to God? Four notable philosophers skillfully take on this difficult topic, all from within a Christian framework yet contending for different views. Paul Helm argues that divine eternity should be construed as a state of absolute timelessness. Alan G. Padgett maintains that God's eternity is more plausibly to be understood as relative timelessness. William Lane Craig presents a hybrid view that combines timelessness with omnitemporality, while Nicholas Wolterstorff advocates a doctrine of unqualified divine temporality. Contributions by Paul Helm, Alan Padgett, William Lane Craig and Nicholas Wolterstorff.

Publisher: InterVarsity Press
ISBN-10: 0830815511
ISBN-13: 978-0830815517
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 247
Year: 2001
Editor: Gregory Ganssle