New Open Theism Book

The opening paragraph:

God neither wanted nor anticipated evil (Jer. 7:31; 19:5; 32:35). His creative intentions were completely beneficent (Ps. 8:3-9; Isa. 45:18; Eze. 28:15). Yet the common idea that God is “outside of time” and dwells in an “eternal now” continues to prevail among Christians. He is said to see all of the past, present, and future simultaneously. If this is true then He is completely at fault for evil.

Edwards, Troy. Is the Future Set in Stone?: A Biblical study of God’s relation to time and knowledge of the future . Vindicating God Ministries. Kindle Edition.

7 comments

      1. Where would this Author fall in the spectrum? More conservative (inerrancy, scripture, etc?) Or more liberal in his theology?

  1. I read his book, “Is the Future Set in Stone”, well done and effective. I also received some new insight on how to interpret certain passages.

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