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No Other God: A Response to Open Theism

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The theological movement known as open theism is shaking the church today, challenging the doctrines of God's sovereignty, foreknowledge, and providence. This timely work clearly describes open theism and evaluates it biblically. Frame addresses questions such as How do open theists read the Bible? Is love God's most important attribute? Is God's will the ultimate explanat ...more
Paperback, 235 pages
Published December 7th 2004 by P & R Publishing (first published October 1st 2001)
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Douglas Hayes
Jun 30, 2010 rated it it was amazing
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As always - Frame is most excellent.

He presented his arguments against Open Theism honestly and with integrity, and yet with sufficient force to make most anyone that takes seriously the whole of God's revelation stay under the cover of biblical orthodoxy.
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An excellent discussion of Open Theism and the Sovereignty of God from a strong Calvinistic perspective. However, in my view, he has created the straw man of constant libertarian freedom to argue against in many instances. In my understanding, few open theists, and no Armenians, would argue for such freedom. What he has not answered with any clarity is the problem of sin and responsibility in a deterministic approach. He states on page 137, "what, then, is the solution to the problem of evil? I ...more
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Great.
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For his education, Frame received degrees from Princeton University (A.B.), Westminster Theological Seminary (B.D.), Yale University (A.M. and M.Phil., though he was working on a doctorate and admits his own failure to complete his dissertation), and Belhaven College (D.D.). He has served on the faculty of Westminster Theological Seminary and was a founding faculty member of their California campu ...more
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