|Publisher:||Oxford University Press|
|Published:||1 December, 1994|
|Links||Australian Libraries (Trove)|
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He then goes on to clarify the implications of this account for the specifically Christian doctrines of the Trinity (that God is 'three persons in one substance') and of the Incarnation (that God became incarnate in Jesus Christ). Swinburne finds that there are good reasons to believe the Christian additions to the core Western idea of God.