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Lecture 29, Hegel:

The traditional view of God is that He is a perfect being. In fact, one early church theologian described God as the most perfect being, for lack of a better term. But later the idea of God progressing entered the halls of academia. But is it possible that God can get any better? Is He in process, ever reaching his infinite potential? In short, does God evolve? Continuing this series on the Consequences of Ideas, Dr. Sproul explains the complex philosophical thought of Hegel as he sought to explain God’s relationship to the world and history.