In the recent literature Brian Hebblethwaite has argued against St Thomas Aquinas that multiple incarnations are metaphysically impossible. In this paper I show that Hebblethwaite is mistaken and that multiple incarnations are metaphysically possible, although there may be good reasons why God ensures there is only one actual incarnation.
|Translated title of the contribution||"Multiple Incarnations"|
|Title of host publication||Reason, Faith and History: Essays in Honour of Paul Helm|
|Editors||M. W. F. Stone|
|Publisher||Ashgate Publishing Ltd.|
|Pages||217 - 236|
|Number of pages||19|
|Publication status||Published - 2008|