God - Attributes

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  23. ———. God, Time, and Knowledge. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1989.
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  80. ———. “Justice of God.” In For Faith and Clarity: Philosophical Contributions to Christian Theology, edited by James K. Beilby. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2006, 179-200.
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