Perspectives: On the Doctrine of God (4 Views) / January 01, 2008
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What is the nature of God, and how does He relate to the world He has made?
These questions are irresistible to ponder. The Bible says, “For who has known the mind of the Lord? Or who has been made his counselor? Or who has ever first given to Him, and has to be repaid? For from Him and through Him and to Him are all things” (Romans 11:34-36a, Holman CSB).
Perspectives on the Doctrine of God presents in counterpoint form four basic common beliefs on the doctrine of God that have developed over the course of church history with a goal of determining which view is most faithful to Scripture.
- Paul Helm, Regent College J.I. Packer chair in Theology and Philosophy, (Classical Calvinist perspective)
- Bruce Ware (Modified Calvinist perspective)
- Roger Olson, Baylor University professor of Theology (Classical Arminian perspective)
- John Sanders, Hendrix College assistant professor of Religion (Open Theist perspective)
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