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MacGregor’s Argument for God’s Middle Knowledge

In my humble opinion, Dr. Kirk MacGregor is the world’s leading authority regarding Luis de Molina and his work concerning what God knows. Molina was a theologian from the Reformation era and the founder of the doctrine of God’s Middle Knowledge. Those who affirm Molina’s ideas are now referred to as “Molinists.” MacGregor has devoted much … Continue reading MacGregor’s Argument for God’s Middle Knowledge

The Grounding Objection Against The Maximally Great God

Obviously, atheists object to God’s existence, but surprisingly, many Christians (at least inadvertently) reject the existence of a maximally great being as well! This objection is commonly advanced by specific Christians who are committed to deterministic assumptions and oppose what has been referred to as “the single most fruitful theological concept” ever conceived — Molinism! This … Continue reading The Grounding Objection Against The Maximally Great God

Objections to Objective Morality

By Cole James

I took a philosophy class while I was in college. The topic of this class was on contemporary moral issues, so you know we got into some heated topics. I heard every objection under the sun to objective morality. Everything from it was not very “tolerant,” to different cultures act differently so therefore there cannot be … Continue reading Objections to Objective Morality

Can We Sensibly Believe in Determinism and Deliberate?

By Allen Crostic

As I reflect on the last twenty years of my life, I’m struck by how much my theological outlook has changed. This is especially the case regarding my view of Divine providence. For sixteen years, I was a theological determinist; that is to say, I believed that God causally determined everything that came to pass, … Continue reading Can We Sensibly Believe in Determinism and Deliberate?

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