The Case Against Open Theism

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Lesson

Open theism is the belief that God does not know the future; otherwise, we would not be free in our decisions. Nash discusses the teachings of God's omniscience and human free will, and the logical implications of this teaching.

Outline

The Case Against Open Theism

I. Open Theism

II. Omniscience and Free Will

III. Open Theism and God’s Knowledge of the Future

A. Five leading advocates

B. Clark Pinnock

C. Relevance of Aristotle

D. Millard Erickson

IV. Logical Implications

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