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Forum Philosophicum

Volume 14, Issue 2, Autumn 2009

Mark McLeod-Harrison
Pages 259-276
DOI: 10.5840/forphil20091425

The Many Ways God Is. Ontological Pluralism and Traditional Christian Theism

Traditional Christianity holds that God is a singular way, not dependent on the conceptual machinations of humans. I argue that God can be plural ways, different in different human conceptual schemes, all the while holding to traditional Christianity. In short, I provide a framework for an ontological pluralism that extends not just to the world being various ways but to God being various ways.