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Lighten Up: Open Theism T-Shirt

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Lighten Up: Technology Trap

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What do you think of Thomas Aquinas’ view of God?

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Molinism and Open Theism – Part I

I’ve been asked for the umpteenth time on Twitter lately about the difference between “Molinism” and “Open Theism,” and for some reason, today seemed like a good day to begin addressing this question. I’ll do this in two parts. Today I’ll outline and critique Molinism, and in a subsequent post I’ll raise yet another critique as…