The Doctrine of Simplicity

James Dolezal, Jeff Waddington and Camden Bucey recorded a recent discussion over breakfast on the doctrine of simplicity. The audio quality is not good as it was recorded on a handheld recorder in a noisy diner. Regardless, we hope this proves to be interesting and beneficial for those interested in philosophical studies of the doctrine of God.

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