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Allgegenwart, (Außer-)Zeitlichkeit und Unveränderlichkeit

  • Oliver J. Wiertz
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Zusammenfassung

Basis der Behandlung der Frage nach der Allgegenwart, (Außer-)Zeitlichkeit und Unveränderlichkeit Gottes ist die sogenannte Vollkommenheitstheologie (perfect being theology), nach der es logisch unmöglich ist, dass etwas vollkommener als Gott ist.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Oliver J. Wiertz
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  1. 1.Frankfurt a.M.Deutschland

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