Time, it has been said, is what keeps everything from happening at once. When you think about it, this definition is probably as good as any, for it is notoriously difficult to provide an analysis of time which is not in the end circular. The question before William Craig, however, concerns one aspect of time -- God's relationship to it -- and he tackles this difficult topic with the truth of Scripture.
There are two sides to the debate, both of which Dr. Craig explores fully: Is God temporal or is Hetimeless? The conclusion is remarkable and merits our reflection, since in the end it illustrates God's desire that His finite, temporal creatures might come to share the joy and blessing of knowing Him. Though the topic is a serious one, Craig writes to stretch readers' minds and deepen their awe and worship of the Eternal God.
|Release Date: March 1, 2001||Pages: 272|
|Binding: Paperback||Print Size: |
|Height: .65 inches||Width: 6.01 inches|
|Length: 9.02 inches||Weight: .86 pounds|
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