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God "does not unilaterally and irrevocably decide what to do". God's decisions are influenced by "human attitudes and responses". Free Will. Theological debates have arisen over the ways and to the extent to which sin has affected the power to choose good over evil, and hence one's 'free will'. Promotes incompatibilism , the doctrine that "the agent's power to do otherwise" is "a necessary condition for acting freely". Promotes compatibilism , the doctrine that "freedom" of the will requires only "the power or ability to do what one will desire or choose to do" without constraint or impediment, even if what one wills is determined.

Free Will and God's Sovereignty. A "caustic debate" began about over " God's sovereignty and human free will". Saying that God governs human choices reduces "angels or humans to robots in order to attain his objectives. God governs "the choices of human beings", but without "cancelling [their] freedom and responsibility".

Theodicy issue. To meet the "conditions of love", God exercises "general rather than specific sovereignty, which explains why God does not prevent all evil". Because "Scripture says" it, God "will always do what is right". Rice was the "pioneer of contemporary evangelical open theism. Critical acclaim, but public mostly unaware of open theism, so controversy had not begun. Considers divine omniscience, theodicy, and petitionary prayer in freewill perspective.

Sees open theism as wrong biblically, theologically, and philosophically.

Made open theism the centerpiece of a theodicy. Bethany, Asserts that open theism should be called "new theism" or "neotheism" because it is so different from classical theism Accuses open theists of selective use of Scripture and caricaturing classical theism. Gregory A. Attacked classical theists as "blueprint theologians" espousing a "blueprint world view" 47, Douglas Huffman and Eric Johnson, eds.

Contains "Replies to my Critics" appendix, Craig Branch, ed. Kindle, Bruce Ware carefully summarizes and critiques this dangerous doctrine from a thoroughly biblical perspective, exploring their implications and faithfully pinpointing the subtle ways that open theism undermines our trust in God and lessens His glory in our lives. This action might not be possible to undo.

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