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Whether this Name ‘God’ is a Name of the Nature?

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cf., Sent.I.D2.Ex.12

In this article, we begin to treat the name "God." Here, we see that it is a name that is derived from God's operations in the world (as are all other names), but, it signifies God's substance, i.e., in that He is "existing above all things, the principle of all things and removed from all things."

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