I am sure that this has been asked before and…
I am sure that this has been asked before and I am going to ask it again, so I apologize, if you have seen this question please feel free to move on.
I’ve been working to study more of the philosophy of religion. Many philosophers when reviewing the existence of a God pulled out characteristics of God that must be true if God is to be God. God must be Omnibenevolent, omniscience, omnipresent, and omnipotent. There is one more Omni but I can’t remember it off the top of my head.
There are many philosophical questions that come from skeptics pinning these against each other. Do you have any recommendations on philosophical literature addressing this? Or do you have any individual wisdom on discussing these?