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Divine Hiddenness Workshop

A conference on the project themes with a focus on bringing the tools of formal epistemology to bear on the problem of divine hiddenness.

November 4th - 6th, 2021

Baylor University

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Michael Rea (Notre Dame)
Divine Hiddenness and Divine Love

In this talk, Michael Rea examines the nature and scope of divine love with an eye to addressing the problem of divine hiddenness, a problem that arises out of the idea that if God is perfectly loving, we would expect God to be more widely revealed in the world.  The solution turns on rejecting the widely held view that perfect love would be a maximal, or idealized version of the best kind of human love.

November 3rd, 2021

Morrison Hall 120 - Baylor University

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Max Baker-Hytch (Oxford)

Public presentation on divine hiddenness

Spring 2022

Location TBD

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Charity Anderson (Baylor)
Divine Hiddenness and Unmet Expectations
 

Public talk on divine hiddenness

December 1st, 2021

Pinewood Coffee Bar

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John Hawthorne (USC)

Bayesian primer and consultation with research group

August 22-23, 2019

Baylor University