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Welcome, cheeser12 Merely as omnipotent (having infinite power) God has no motivation to do anything. Only if you introduce other attributes, the most obvious being omnibenevolence (having infinite goodness) and join them to omnipotence do you have anything that God might will to occur and have a motive for bringing about. It seems not too much to say that ...


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Depending on whether motives, purposes, goals, aspirations, ambitions, desires, intentions, etc. are co-reducible enough or not, the question of divine willpower can be answered in enough ways for us to speak allegorically about a divine impulse as such at some juncture in our terms. But let's examine the contrast example of human actions being universally ...


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