The latest in the Feser vs Hart brewhaha
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(05-27-2015, 08:25 AM)Oldavid Wrote:
(05-24-2015, 09:29 AM)Renatus Frater Wrote: The question “why would he create anything at all” after the resurrection (notice He wouldn't need to create, as everything is already created and He delights in His creation, and a creation that is eagerly awaiting the revelation of the sons of God, as St. Paul informs us) is a perfect example of what I mean in my last paragraph. Its not that Feser or you get anything wrong, but its more like stuff is missing. If we are to abuse the analogia entis I'd say Feser (and you maybe) sees God as modern, minimalist or even brutalist, while I (and DBH) see Him more like the baroque or gothic.
Plois ixploin. What could "after the Resurrection" possibly mean to an omnipotent, omniscient Being?

I didn't realize this omnipotent, omniscient being will be resurrecting with the rest of us mortals.  ???
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