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by Matt Power,H. Wayne House


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Aiming to be thorough yet concise, Charts on Open Theism and Orthodoxy provides a handy reference guide to the major issues and sources in the debate over open theism. Authors: H. Wayne House, Matt Power. Print Publication Date: 2003. H. Wayne House has selected significant quotes from major sources or authors and arranged them by categories and topics in easy-to-follow, parallel columns. Bibliographic references for all citations are also included. Readers can quickly summarize the major points of comparison and contrast between historical orthodoxy and open theism.

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Open theism is the newest of the theisms in this part of the book, except . H Wayne House Beyond the bounds: Open theism and the undermining of biblical Christianity.

Open theism is the newest of the theisms in this part of the book, except for some of the emerging end of being theologies explored in the sixth section. While all of the key hical commitments affirmed by open theists have been, and continue to be, affirmed by proponents of other theisms, the classification of a specific set of these commitments as open theism is relatively recent (1994). Most moved mover: A theology of God’s openness. Beyond the bounds: Open theism and the undermining of biblical Christianity.

Open Theism is the thesis that, because God loves us and desires that we freely choose to reciprocate His love, He has made His knowledge of, and plans for, the future conditional upon our actions. Though omniscient, God does not know what we will freely do in the future. Though omnipotent, He has chosen to invite us to freely collaborate with Him in governing and developing His creation, thereby also allowing us the freedom to thwart His hopes for us.

A thorough yet concise reference guide to the major issues, sources, and critiques of the openness of God theory (neotheism).
Precious
For those interested in the ongoing debate over open theism and the traditional view of God, this book of charts prepared by H. Wayne House will be useful. House is by far no proponent of open theism and his charts tend to reflect this. However, House does a good job of not pulling open theist statements out of context by the authors and he offers numerous quotes and their sources for the reader.

The book's title relects the book itself. Various aspects of the debate are prsented such as God's omniscience or God's foreknowledge or subjects such as God's immutability with quotes from various Orthodox and Open Theist theologians. The reader simply compares the positions and allows the reader to take from the positions what they gleam.
Benn
Useful and scholarly. A good addition to my theological library. The charts (to my knowledge) are accurate and reliable. Probably the only text that attempts such a feat.
Flas
This is one of the best recent volumes that distills all the major issues into one place for convenient reference.
Openism simply cannot stand up under the weight of Biblical evidence and contrary data.
Those sympathetic to open theism should be forewarned before reading this. They may then be 'open' to change!
Charts on Open Theism and Orthodoxy ebook
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Matt Power,H. Wayne House
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Kregel Academic & Professional (January 1, 2004)
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