Predestination and Free Will Four Views of Divine Sovereignty and Human Freedom

ISBN-10: 0877845670
ISBN-13: 9780877845676
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Description: If God is in control, are people really free?This questions has bothered Christians for centuries. And answers have covered a wide spectrum. Today Christians still disagree.Those who emphasize human freedom view it as a reflection of God's  More...

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Book details

List price: $18.00
Publisher: InterVarsity Press
Publication date: 1/7/1986
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 180
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.550
Language: English

If God is in control, are people really free?This questions has bothered Christians for centuries. And answers have covered a wide spectrum. Today Christians still disagree.Those who emphasize human freedom view it as a reflection of God's self-limited power. Others look at human freedom in the corder of God's overall control.David and Randall Basinger have put this age-old question to four scholars trained in theology and philosophy. John Feinberg of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and Norman Geisler of Dallas Theological Seminary focus on God's specific sovereignty. Bruce Reichenbach of Augsburg College and Clark Pinnock of McMaster Divinnity College insist that God must limit his control to ensure our freedom. Each writer argues for his perspective and applies his theory to two practical case studies. Then the other writers respond to each of the major essays, exposing what they see as fallacies and hidden assumptions.A lively and provocative volume.

Norman Geisler was born on July 21, 1932, in Warren, Mich. He is the author of Christian texts that promote the Bible and morality and serve to provide sound advice and reasoning for the Christian faith. A fervent believer in the inerrancy of the Bible, his books When Skeptics Ask and When Critics Ask provide answers to those who question discrepancies in the Bible or challenge its authority. In Legislating Morality, he discusses why laws should be passed and enforced to create a moral, Christian society. Geisler is a frequent speaker and debater, providing learned answers about religion and society. He was educated at Wheaton College, the Detroit Bible College, and Loyola University. He is currently the Dean of the Southern Evangelical Seminary in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Introduction--David and Randall Basinger
God Ordains All Things--John Feinberg
Responses
Norman Geisler's Resonse
Bruce Reichenbach's Response
Clark Pinnock's Response
God Knows All Things--Norman Geisler
Responses
John Feinberg's Response
Bruce Reichenbach's Response
Clark Pinnock's Response
God Limists His Power--Bruce Reichenbach
Responses
John Feinberg's Response
Norman Geisler's Response
Clark Pinnock's Resonse
God Limists His Kingdom--Clark Pinnock
Responses
John Feinberg's Response
Norman Geisler's Response
Bruce Reichenbach's Response
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