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If God, as a personal being, is infinite in all His attributes and has infinite, perfect integrity then there is no ontological difference between who God is, what God thinks and says, and what God does. God the Father is who He is, God the Son is what God thinks and says (the Logos made flesh), and God the Holy Spirit is what God does (His operative power)....


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Use of "Ontological" Are the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit ontologically independent entities, each one being particulars of universal divine attributes? The word "ontological" is somewhat up for interpretation, so it's difficult to give a clear answer one way or the other without some clarification. With that said, you will find ...


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Short answer Once we understand precisely what Scriptures mean by "God is truth", a Christian CAN AGREE with Bernard Williams that "concept of truth has no history", despite progressive revelation. Truths about God are about His essence which is necessarily outside time and absolute. Otherwise, we Christians will not have the bedrock ...


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God has revealed himself. Progressively. With each revelation, more can be known and understood. The philosophical thesis you quote (and this may make the question off-topic on this site) falls down completely when one considers that God can only be known (by humans on earth) through the revelation that God gives of himself. Until he gives it, at a point of ...


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You're getting mixed up by using words with different senses as if they had only one sense. Truth doesn't have "a history" in that it is timeless - what is really True now was True in the past and will be True in the future. God likewise, in his being, is timeless and immutable. God is the same yesterday, today, and tomorrow. But God's interactions ...


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