jamesrovira at gmail.com
Mon Jul 31 17:51:25 EDT 2006
If Milton is intentionally portraying a God who has made a minor
inaccuracy, then he is portraying a God who is either mendacious or
Is it plausible that Milton would intentionally present such a God?
My inclination is to say no, esp. given the stated intent of PL, but I
think this argument needs to be made from Milton's other works. My
impression of Milton is that God the Father has all the traditional
attributes of God: infinity, omniscience, omnipotence, goodness, etc.,
but I'm sure others could speak in much more detail than I about this.
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