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    The Case for Freewill Theism

    A Philosophical Assessment

    by David Basinger

    David Basinger offers a probing philosophical examination of freewill theism, or the "open view" of God.

    Intermediate Intermediate
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    The God Who Is Triune

    Revisioning the Christian Doctrine of God

    by Allan Coppedge

    The triunity of the Christian God is not just one isolated doctrine among others. Allan Coppedge draws out the implications for our understanding of God's nature, attributes, roles, relationship to creation and providence.

    Intermediate Intermediate
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    God's Judgments

    Interpreting History and the Christian Faith

    by Steven J. Keillor

    What do God's judgments have to do with history? Using historical events, Steven J. Keillor pursues the thesis that divine judgment can be a fruitful category for historical investigation, and that Christianity is an interpretation of history more than a worldview or philosophy.

    Intermediate Intermediate
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    How Much Does God Foreknow?

    A Comprehensive Biblical Study

    by Steven C. Roy

    Steven C. Roy provides a comprehensive review of biblical teaching, from both Old and New Testaments, which provides the basis for critically engaging today's philosophical and theological debates.

    Advanced Advanced
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    Knowing God the Father Through the Old Testament

    Knowing God Through the Old Testament Set

    by Christopher J. H. Wright

    Christopher Wright explores in depth the Father images that pervade the biblical narratives, psalms and prophetic texts of the Old Testament. God is acknowledged as tender yet terrifying, challenging to the nations and yet intimately personal, offering loving care, provision, discipline and forgiveness.

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    The God of the Gospel

    Robert Jenson's Trinitarian Theology

    Strategic Initiatives in Evangelical Theology

    by Scott R. Swain

    Scott R. Swain provides what might be the definitive critical reading of Robert Jenson's trinitarian theology from an evangelical perspective. Setting Jenson within the larger story of the twentieth century trinitarian revival, Swain proposes constructive pathways back to a classical understanding of the Trinity.

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    God Time

    Four Views

    Spectrum Multiview Book Series

    Edited by Gregory E. Ganssle
    Contributions by Paul Helm, Alan G. Padgett, William Lane Craig, and Nicholas Wolterstorff

    Editor Gregory Ganssle calls on four Christian philosophers to present and defend their views on the place of God in a time-bound universe. The positions taken up here include divine timeless eternity, eternity as relative timelessness, timelessness and omnitemporality, and unqualified divine temporality.

    Intermediate Intermediate
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    Predestination Free Will

    Four Views of Divine Sovereignty and Human Freedom

    Spectrum Multiview Book Series

    Edited by David Basinger and Randall Basinger
    Contributions by John Feinberg, Norman L. Geisler, Bruce Reichenbach, and Clark H. Pinnock

    David Basinger and Randall Basinger present four different answers to the question "If God is in control, are people really free?" Contributors include John Feinberg, Norman Geisler, Bruce Reichenbach and Clark Pinnock.

    Intermediate Intermediate
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    The Providence of God

    Contours of Christian Theology

    by Paul Helm

    Paul Helm introduces the doctrine of divine providence--focusing on metaphysical and moral aspects and especially noting divine control, providence and evil, and the role of prayer. In the Contours of Christian Theology.

    Intermediate Intermediate
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    The Love of God

    A Canonical Model

    by John C. Peckham

    Theology has constantly wrestled with the nature of God's love and what it means for how God relates to the world. In this comprehensive canonical theology of divine love, John C. Peckham argues for an account that avoids the errors of both voluntarist and experientialist theologies and faithfully represents the full biblical witness.

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