A Vulnerable God Apart from Christ?: Open Theism's Challenge to the Classical Doctrine of God

Tuesday, 12 Jun 2007

Representing the broad consensus, Francis Turretin observes that philosophy can tell us when we're presenting a bad argument, but it cannot provide the content of that which is to be believed.
Several provocatively titled books published by evangelical houses in recent years advance the position frequently called "open theism." Huntington College professor John Sanders has written The God Who Risks: A Theology of Providence (InterVarsity Press, 1998), Baptist pastor and Bethel College professor Gregory Boyd has written a book titled God of the Possible: A Biblical Introduction to the Open View of God (Baker Books, 2000), and Clark Pinnock has edited the collection titled The Openness of God: A Biblical Challenge to the Traditional Understanding of God (InterVarsity Press, 1994). Veteran theologian Clark Pinnock has ...

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