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The Death of the Supergod

William James Tychonievich explains why being Christian does not require one to subscribe to the classical theistic concept of an omnipotent, omniscient, omnibenevolent creator. By “Supergod,” I mean the fanciful being for whom the more familiar philosophy-class shorthand is “Omni-God” — this latter prefix referring to the various polysyllabic epithets with which this imaginary deityContinue reading “The Death of the Supergod”