The Grace of God, the Will of Man: A Case for Arminianism
"The Grace of God, the Will of Man: A Case for Arminianism" was written by an impressive team of evangelical scholars from many traditions. This work carries on the ancient debate about the scope of God's saving purposes and the manner of his effecting salvation in human beings. It defends the proposition that God is a dynamic personal Agent who respects the freedom he chose to delegate to his human creatures and relates sensitively to us in the outworking of his plans for the whole of history. God is love and expresses his power by working salvation among us under conditions of genuine mutuality.
The contributors to this volume are Christian scholars who are eager to present this evangelical model as an alternative to deterministic theology. They do not claim to have said the last word on the subject but want at least to keep the ball of theological discussion in play.
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The book was written well before the Open View of God had become a hot topic and while there are seeds of the teaching in the book from the likes of John Sanders, Richard Rice, or Clark Pinnock, the ... Read full review
In a time when reformed theology is on the rise, Pinnock and his co-authors seek to provide an Arminian understanding of Scripture. However, the book is strewn with problems. The authors claim that ... Read full review
THE UNIVERSALITY OF GODS LOVE
UNIVERSAL GRACE AND ATONEMENT
THE UNIVERSAL POWER OF THE ATONEMENT
THE NATURE OF THE DIVINE SOVEREIGNTY
MIDDLE KNOWLEDGE A CALVINIST
GOD AS PERSONAL