Tag Archives: anthropomorphism

How Anthropomorphic is your G-O-D?

Confession time: for most of my parochial ministry, I was a theistic personalist, to use the term coined by Brian Davies. “Egads! Tell me that’s not true.” “Yes, I’m afraid so.” “But what is a theistic personalist?” “Someone who espouses … Continue reading

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The God of Regret versus the God of the Bible

A quick note. I just read Greg Boyd’s blog piece “God’s Regrets and Divine Foreknowledge.” Does God ever regret his decisions? Of course he does, Boyd avers. The Bible tells us so. The most famous story of divine regret is … Continue reading

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Jerry Coyne and his Anthropomorphic God

Weekends are always slow blog days, at least when it comes to people reading blogs. Hence I like to restrict (when possible) my more substantive pieces to Mondays through Thursdays. So how about a little Jerry Coyne filler today? Today … Continue reading

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