The Divine attributes

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International Baccalaureate Philosophy (The idea of God) Mind Map on The Divine attributes, created by lauren_walji on 05/02/2013.

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The Divine attributes
1 Omnipotence
1.1 1) Stone paradox
1.1.1 response 1) Presupposes possibility of something logically impossible "power to create stone omnipotent being cant lift"
1.1.1.1 Not possible power - God does not lack anything
1.1.2 Response 2) redefine omnipotence as power to do anything that is logically possible
1.1.3 3) God is incorporeal
2 Omniscience
2.1 Does he know future? Would mean lack of freewill. Or knows all possible outcomes - but does not then doesn't know definite outcome
3 Omnibenevolence
3.1 Everyone would define good subjectively - what does it mean to define God as good? What seems omnibenevolent to one may not seem to another
4 Transcendence
5 Immanence
6 Eternal
6.1 Timelessness is unintelligible concept - to exist at all must exist at some point
6.2 Process theology by Hartshorne
6.2.1 God is personal - be fully personal must be able to love - implies passive and active capacity
6.2.1.1 God has attributes; must be capable of change and therefore cannot be timeless
7 Immutable
8 Perfect

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