Clark H. Pinnock





Clark H. Pinnock

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The Openness of God
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Flame of Love: Three Views ...
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Most Moved Mover: A Theolog...
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A Wideness in God's Mercy: ...
3.96 of 5 stars 3.96 avg rating — 51 ratings — published 1992 — 2 editions
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The Grace of God and the Wi...
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The Scripture Principle: Re...
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Unbounded Love
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Grace Unlimited
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Reason Enough: A Case for t...
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Set Forth Your Case: An Exa...
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“Atheism is partly the result of bad theology, an unpaid bill resulting from failures in depicting God.
It is not surprising that many have rejected God when there has been so little to attract them to him. Perhaps they would not reject as readily the God disclosed in Jesus Christ, who is an event of loving relationally and relates readily to the temporal world.”
Clark H. Pinnock, Flame of Love: Three Views on the Destiny of the Unevangelized

“Election has nothing to do with the eternal salvation of individuals but refers instead to God's way of saving nations. It was a major mistake of the Reformation to have decided to follow Augustine in this matter, taking election to refer to grace and salvation. It manages to make bad news out of good news. It casts a deep shadow over the character of God. At it worst, it can lead to awful consequences in terms of pride, arrogance, superiority, and intolerance as the ideology of election takes hold. It causes the church to become, not a sign of the unity of humanity in the love of God, but the sign of favorites in the midst of the enemies of God.”
Clark H. Pinnock, A Wideness in God's Mercy: The Finality Of Jesus Christ In A World Of Religions

“Scripture offers the unique access to the story of redemption and then, in turn, funds tradition, reason and experience, as God's Word is remembered, experienced, and thought about.”
Clark H. Pinnock, Tracking The Maze: Finding Our Way Through Modern Theology From An Evangelical Perspective

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