Holy and Worthy of Worship
A being with the properties described in Chs. 7–14 of this book would be worthy of worship, both because of his nature and status and because he is our supreme benefactor. And finally, he would be holy. Because at least one of the predicates used in the description of the divine properties is used in an analogical sense, the only way to show that the claim that there is a God is coherent is to provide evidence that it is probably true. That holds because we cannot fully understand what it would be like for the claim that there is a God to be true.
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