8th – 11th August 2013, Beckmanns Hof, Ruhr-University Bochum

Although it is often taken to be an essential part of an adequate notion of the divine, the idea of God’s infinity became theologically popular not before the rise of patristic thought, and it was not until Vatican I. that it was considered to be obligatory. 

However, it often remains conceptually unclear what exactly it means to assert that God is infinite. The conference will discuss God’s alleged infinity from philosophical, theological and scientific points of view.

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