Why the Glory of God Is at Stake in the "Foreknowledge" Debate

Monday, 16 Jul 2007

The denial of Jesus' foreknowledge is, I believe John would say, (whether intended or not) an assault on the deity of Christ.
This article pre-supposes that true doctrine is the foundation of true delight. If we do not get our doctrine of God right, we will destroy the foundations of delight. Joy may flourish for a generation when the root is severed, but in the end, delight in God will die without true doctrine. And the glorification of God-through both understanding and enjoying him-will vanish. So, for the sake of God's glory, I write with a very specific burden about the doctrine of God. Let Martin Luther set the stage: If I profess, with the loudest voice ...

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