Lorraine's Reviews > Freedom Unlimited: Liberty, Autonomy, and Response-Ability in the Open Theism of Clark Pinnock

Freedom Unlimited by Jeffrey S. Hocking
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Mar 10, 2011

it was amazing
bookshelves: zz2011, nonfiction, i-own-it
Recommended for: Theologians, Biblical Scholars
Read from March 10 to May 18, 2011

Chapter 2 is a little dense for me, having no philosophical background myself, but I like what Jeff Hocking has to say about freedom and working in faithfulness to God as true freedom. The writing is clear, for an academic, and largely readable. It's certainly written as an invitation to Pinnock, a sympathetic critique, not a harsh criticism. I want to read it again to get a better handle on the whole discussion.

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