We Can Trust God with Free Will

Open Theism is the Christian doctrine that the future is not settled but open because God is alive, eternally free, and inexhaustibly creative. Exclusive: Here on OpenTheism.org you can enjoy the entire James White vs. Bob Enyart Open Theism Debate conducted this month of July 2014 at Denver's historic Brown Palace hotel.

Open Theism Debates

Is the Future Settled or Open? Samuel Lamerson vs. Bob Enyart. Dr. Lamerson is professor of New Testament and interim president of Knox Theological Seminary which was founded by the late D. James Kennedy. Since 1991 Pastor Bob Enyart of Denver Bible Church has hosted a daily talk radio program.

James White vs. Bob Enyart -- Open Theism: Is the Future Settled or Open? The OpenTheism.org team organized the July 8, 2014 debate between leading reformed theologian Dr. James White and OT proponent Pastor Bob Enyart held before a live audience in downtown Denver's historic Brown Palace hotel.

Chris Fisher Debates a Calvinist on God’s ability to deceive, the nature of Jesus, and prophecy.

God is Open Aurora Colorado's Calvary Chapel pastor Ed Taylor and DBC pastor Bob Enyart informally debate on the radio about God being eternally free, inexhaustibly creative, and able to have new thoughts.

Will Duffy debates an Arminian Pastor Jaltus on the freedom that God had before creation.

Open Theism Debate The North American Reformed Seminary (TNARS) president Dr. Larry Bray vs. Colorado pastor Bob Enyart.

See also the open theism debates in the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society.


Honorable Mention: Related Debates

Former Calvinist Austin Fischer debates James White on the British radio program Unbelievable. (mp3 audio right here)

Is Calvinism Biblical? debate between TNARS president Dr. Larry Bray vs. Bob Enyart which is hosted at TheologyOnline.com, the official forum of OpenTheism.org.

 

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Unanswered Questions – Can Psalms Mean Something Else

To those who believe Psalms 139 advocates God planning every man’s days.

Psa 139:16 Your eyes saw my substance, being yet unformed. And in Your book they all were written, The days fashioned for me, When as yet there were none of them.

Can Psalms 139:16 mean anything other than that God knows when people will die?

[This is an intellectual honesty test.]


Filed under: Questions

VOTD Psalms 18:20-24

Psa 18:20 The LORD rewarded me according to my righteousness; According to the cleanness of my hands He has recompensed me.
Psa 18:21 For I have kept the ways of the LORD, And have not wickedly departed from my God.
Psa 18:22 For all His judgments were before me, And I did not put away His statutes from me.
Psa 18:23 I was also blameless before Him, And I kept myself from my iniquity.
Psa 18:24 Therefore the LORD has recompensed me according to my righteousness, According to the cleanness of my hands in His sight.


Filed under: v contingencies, v God is righteous, v God responds, verse of the day