Category: Divine Hiddenness

The Weekly Roundup – 4.5.19

“One would certainly not expect any literary reference to Christians or Christianity or Jesus himself in Roman authors of the first century.¬† Christianity was simply a tiny (TINY) religious movement that no one had heard of.¬† Most Romans would not even have heard the… Continue Reading “The Weekly Roundup – 4.5.19”

Tim Bayne: Divine Hiddenness

Tim Bayne,¬†Philosophy of Religion: A Very Short Introduction (Oxford University Press, 2018), 52-53. Religious writers have long puzzled over the reasons for God’s silence, but Nietzsche regarded the silence of God as something more than a pastoral challenge: he saw it as an objection… Continue Reading “Tim Bayne: Divine Hiddenness”