Can someone with two natures be essentially immortal and die?
Can evangelical apologists answer the question “How can God die?”
Is there evidence for God’s existence?
I am plodding on with Plantinga’s Warranted Christian Belief, which I strongly recommend. He is committed to the Christian (and Jewish and Muslim) belief that not only that there is such a being as God, but also that we are able to address him in prayer, refer to him, think and talk about him, and […]
God is immortal. But Jesus died. Does it follow that Jesus is not God?
Dale writes: A self is being which is in principle capable of knowledge, intentional action, and interpersonal relationships. A god is commonly understood to be a sort of extraordinary self. In the Bible, the god Yahweh (a.k.a. “the LORD”) commands, forgives, controls history, predicts the future, occasionally appears in humanoid form, enters contracts with human […]
What is “classical” theism, and why is it controversial?