10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CHANGELESSLY»
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Science and Religion in Dialogue, Two Volume Set
It just exists changelessly without beginning, and a finite time ago it brought the
universe into existence. Now this is exceedingly odd. The cause is in some sense
eternal and yet the effect which it produced is not eternal but began to exist a ...
Melville Y. Stewart, 2009
The Song of Ribhu: The English Translation of the Tamil ...
Knowledge of the Certitude of Nonduality And that "I," the expanse of Knowledge,
am Brahman, Abide changelessly in the Self. 22 Like the truth of the mirage seen
superimposed on a stretch of hot earth, Being ultimately only the stretch of ...
Dr. H. Ramamoorthy, Nome, 2000
Debating Christian Theism
We have concluded that the first cause exists timelessly and changelessly
without the universe, and a finite time ago it brought the universe into existence.
Now this is exceedingly odd. The cause is in some sense eternal, and yet the
effect that ...
J. P. Moreland, James Porter Moreland, Chad V. Meister, 2013
The Spiritual Wisdom of the Gospels for Christian Preachers ...
The "historically flowing" and "changelessly absolute" sides are being ripped
apart. The hope that is held out is to learn to identify with the "changelessly
absolute" side. Grounded in this identity, we are able to relate to the historical
The Blackwell Companion to Natural Theology
The question is: How can a first event come to exist if the cause of that event
exists changelessly and eternally? Why is the effect not coeternal with its cause?
The best way out of this dilemma is agent causation, whereby the agent freely
William Lane Craig, J. P. Moreland, 2012
God, Eternity and the Nature of Time
According to the process view of time, God cannot changelessly “will” E-at-F,
because E-at-F does not changelessly exist. Yet anything that God “wills” to exist
does exist. Since God “wills” E-at-F to exist, and God's will does not change, E is
Love's Transcendence and the Problem of Theodicy
52 Commanded Love: Changelessly Love in All Its Changes In addition,
Kierkegaard takes recourse to the authority of the divinely given love
commandment in order to conserve the continuity of love despite the discontinuity
of human feelings ...
The Kalam Cosmological Argument
Prior to the first event, the creation, God would exist changelessly and eternally.
But what about subsequent to the first event? If God sustains any relations to the
world, does not this imply that He exists in time? Although Aquinas argues that ...
The Thought of Thomas Aquinas
And, he affin-ris, God changelessly knows all future contingents. 'God knows all
things. . .and some of these are contingent events in our future, [so] it follows that
God knows contingent future events.“ Aquinas's reason for saying this lies in his ...
Necessity, cause, and blame: perspectives on Aristotle's theory
The next step in the argument is that the proposition expressed on a given
occasion, if true, is changelessly true, even though it would have to be expressed
at a later date by a differently tensed sentence: 'The decisive battle lay in the
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An exciting contest
Eternity, if that's where it takes us, will be changelessly dull. The word that most excites me is 'Yes',” and she prolonged it with a fascinating sigh ... «Times Higher Education, Nov 13»