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Consuming Glory: A Classical Defense of Divine-Human Relationality Against Open Theism

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In the late 1990s, "Open Theism" took the theological world by storm. Advocated by several prominent theologians, among them Clark H. Pinnock, the view argues that human beings cannot have a genuine relationship with God if God possesses what classical theology has affirmed to be exhaustive foreknowledge of future events. Such foreknowledge, open theists claim, would make

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Paperback, 252 pages
Published September 1st 2006 by Wipf & Stock Publishers
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A great book. This is a published version of Murphy's Ph.D. thesis at University of Wales. He's objective when discussing views other than his own, but most of his arguments against the open view are not new. He does have some unique contributions to the debate, but in the end I wasn't convinced.
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