No Other God: A Response to Open Theism

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P&R, 2001 - Religion - 235 pages
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The theological movement known as open theism is shaking the church today, challenging the doctrines of God's sovereignty, foreknowledge, and providence. This timely work clearly describes open theism and evaluates it biblically. Frame addresses questions such as How do open theists read the Bible? Is love God's most important attribute? Is God's will the ultimate explanation of everything? Do we have genuine freedom? Is God ever weak or changeable? Does God know everything in advance? Frame not only answers the objections of open theists but sharpens our understanding of the relationship between God's eternal plan and the decisions or events of our lives.

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A very poor response to the Open View of God. I was undecided and chose to use this book, along with others, to try and work my way through the questions I had about free-will. To be honest, this book made me an Open Theist much more than the books I read that supported the open view. This book uses scripture poorly, and relies heavily on presuppositions and opinion.  

About the author (2001)

John M. Frame (A.B., Princeton University; B.D., Westminster Theological Seminary; M.A. and M.Phil., Yale University; D.D., Belhaven College) holds the J. D. Trimble Chair of Systematic Theology and Philosophy at Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando and is the author of many books, including the four-volume Theology of Lordship series.

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