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Re: Van Til+Plantinga
On 8/2/02 1:30 AM, "Sean Choi" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> One such proposition is: (3) God creates a world containing evil and has a
> morally sufficient reason for doing so.
> Obviously, (3) appears to be consistent with (1), and together with (1) it
> entails (2). And the whole business about free will (in the libertarian sense)
> is that creating a world full of creatures with such freedom is a morally
> sufficient reason; for though it makes evil possible, it is also the only
> basis upon which a genuine relationship between persons can be built, etc.
Is the statement "...it is the only basis upon which a genuine relationship
between persons can be built, etc." something you affirm or were you just
using it to explain the larger argument?