Divine Foreknowledge: Four Views provides a unique venue for well-known proponents of four distinct views in the openness of God debate to present their case. Paul Helm of King's College, London, presents the Augustinian/Calvinistic view. David Hunt of Whittier College contends for a simple foreknowledge view. William Lane Craig of Talbot School of Theology argues for middle knowledge, or Molinism, and Gregory A. Boyd of Bethel College presents the openness view.
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Date:April 10, 2009
This book on Divine Foreknowledge cuts rightinto the heart of the debate about God'sknowledge of the future since it dealswith specifics on what and how God knows the future. This book is advanced and requires a lot of rigorous logical thinking to read it through since there are logical equations and syllogisms in each author's explanation of his own particular viewpoint. No other book that I know will take you THIS DEEP into the questions aboutwhat and how God knows the future. One person I know who read an easierversion of this topic (the bookPREDESTINATION AND FREE WILL)had remarked thatthe P AND FW book is like eating McDonald's, but the DIVINE FOREKNOWLEDGE book is likesitting down to full course steak dinner.Buy DF if you dare!