Absolute Creationism, a Response to the Challenge of Platonism for Theism and William Craig's Criticism

tayyebeh shaddel; Hossein Atrak

Volume 10, Issue 1 , December 2021, , Pages 1-25

  Absolute Creationism or Modified Platonism is the answer to the challenge that Platonism poses to theism. The main concern of this view is the reconcile between Classical theism and Platonism. Absolute creationism, in fact, claims that necessary truths, like possible beings, depend on God. Thus, in the ...  Read More

Examining the meaning of God's eternity in view of Swinburne

tayyebeh shaddel; Mansour Imanpour; Housein Atrak

Volume 9, Issue 1 , August 2020, , Pages 197-220


  Eternity, meaning "the complete possession all at once of illimitable life" in " classical philosophical theology, is one of the attributes that God describes, but some philosophers of religion have distanced themselves from this interpretation due to the lack of coherence in it.  And the "timelessness" ...  Read More