Open Theism | Prophecy | Definition | Debate | Heresy | Books | Boyd | Questions | Verses | Explained

FREE BOOK ON OPEN THEISM

Divine Nescience & Foreknowledge contains two classic works from the 1800’s in one volume. They are “Divine Nescience of Future Contingencies A Necessity” and “The Foreknowledge of God, and Cognate Themes in Theology and Philosophy” by L. D. McCabe. Because these books were out of print, these books have been very hard to find and very expensive to purchase, until now. These two profound books were written in the 1800’s and brilliantly expound upon the open view of God. They are two of the most important theological writings of the 19th Century and arguably two of the best writings on the topic of open theism. This book is a must read for any Christian who wants to understand the scriptural and logical arguments for the open view of the future. 490 pages

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FREE BOOK ON OPEN THEISM

Divine Nescience & Foreknowledge contains two classic works from the 1800’s in one volume. They are “Divine Nescience of Future Contingencies A Necessity” and “The Foreknowledge of God, and Cognate Themes in Theology and Philosophy” by L. D. McCabe. Because these books were out of print, these books have been very hard to find and very expensive to purchase, until now. These two profound books were written in the 1800’s and brilliantly expound upon the open view of God. They are two of the most important theological writings of the 19th Century and arguably two of the best writings on the topic of open theism. This book is a must read for any Christian who wants to understand the scriptural and logical arguments for the open view of the future. 490 pages

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One Response to Open Theism | Prophecy | Definition | Debate | Heresy | Books | Boyd | Questions | Verses | Explained

  1. Daniel F. Smith says:

    wesley.nnu.edu/wesleyctr
    has a vast collection of Wesleyan books. Number hdm2400 ” Watson’s Institutes” is a theology that quotes Isaac Newton in page 212 to describe an appearance of age even in a six-24-hour-day creation. This includes plant, animal, and mineral kingdoms.

    Maxey digitized these books over a 30-year period. They are free and pdfs so they can be text-to-speech read by droid, adobe, or apple.

    I have been looking for a source for McCabe for several years. I originally found him on Revival Theology CD/website. Freewill and open future for both God and man are great motivational realities.

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