Doesn't the God of the Bible appear to "repent" or be surprised by human actions at times? "Open theism" has hit the evangelical world like a storm, asserting that God doesn't--and even can't--know the future choices human beings will make. Philosopher William Lane Craig shows how biblically, philosophically and theologically problematic these arguments are, and how God's foreknowledge includes genuinely free human choices - without compromising his sovereignty. 64 pages.
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