the divine command theory

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  • denies the fact that attributions of goodness to god are the saying of the same thing twice over in different words(tautologies). therefore insignificant .the statement god is good is both tautologies and significant.
    • god is good asserts that god is as he will himself to be .
    • that god goodness is different kind to our goodness and the the divine command theory is only  intended as an  analysis for human goodness.

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