God’s Random Selection: Reply to Steinberg

Sophia 49 (1):141-143 (2010)
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Abstract

In this reply to Jesse Steinberg’s ‘God and the possibility of random creation’, I suggest a procedure whereby a being such as God could randomly select a number from an infinite set.

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