Podcast EP105 – Torbeyns On European Open Theism, Original Sin, And Speaking In Tongues

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  1. For those, looking for more on Open Theism, here you can download Michael R.Saia’s “Does God Know The Future?” for free (with permission of the author): https://crosstheology.files.wordpress.com/2015/01/does-god-know-the-future_.pdf

    This is my general article on Open Theism, which includes, at the bottom, many other articles on Open Theism: https://crosstheology.wordpress.com/open-theism/

    Today I wrote an apologetical article “What Open Theism Means To Me”, which I might share soon on my website and maybe Christopher Fisher will make it available on this website :-)

    On Original Sin you might be interested to look at: https://crosstheology.wordpress.com/augustinian-original-sin/

    On Speaking in tongues you might like to check out:
    https://crosstheology.wordpress.com/tongues/

    And Daniel Fessler’s Benefits to Speaking in Tongues:
    https://crosstheology.wordpress.com/benefits-to-speaking-in-tongues/

  2. For those, looking for more on Open Theism, here you can read an apologetical article in defense of Open Theism, with links for beginners (including Michael Saia’s Does God know the Future?):
    https://crosstheology.wordpress.com/an-apology-for-open-theism/

    This is my general article on Open Theism, which includes, at the bottom, many other articles on Open Theism: https://crosstheology.wordpress.com/open-theism/

    On Original Sin you might be interested to look at: https://crosstheology.wordpress.com/augustinian-original-sin/

    On Speaking in tongues you might like to check out:
    https://crosstheology.wordpress.com/tongues/

    And Daniel Fessler’s Benefits to Speaking in Tongues:
    https://crosstheology.wordpress.com/benefits-to-speaking-in-tongues/

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