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Postby bekkums » Wed Jul 13, 2011 12:16 am

Sorry - silly question, however I am unsure how best to abbreviate the title for my dissertation. OUATITN seems... stupid but so too does OUTN.

Suggestions?
One of the areas of greatest internal disagreement [in Western theology] is between those who insist that God as the divine Absolute must be eternal and thus timeless and changeless and those who argue that such changelessness, far from being an attribute of perfection, is actually a characteristic only of dead things or of abstract thought rather than of anything living.
- Grace Jantzen
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Re: Abbreviation

Postby ArcT » Wed Jul 13, 2011 7:06 am

Maybe in the North?
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Re: Abbreviation

Postby bekkums » Wed Jul 13, 2011 8:21 am

ITN? That could work
One of the areas of greatest internal disagreement [in Western theology] is between those who insist that God as the divine Absolute must be eternal and thus timeless and changeless and those who argue that such changelessness, far from being an attribute of perfection, is actually a characteristic only of dead things or of abstract thought rather than of anything living.
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