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Philosophical Essays Against Open Theism

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This new collection of philosophically rigorous essays critiques the interpretation of divine omniscience known as open theism, focusing primarily on philosophically motivated open theism and positing arguments that reject divine knowledge of future contingents in the face of the dilemma of freedom and foreknowledge. The sixteen new essays in this collection, written by some of the most renowned philosophers on the topic of divine providence, represent a philosophical attempt to seriously consider open theism. They cover a wide variety of issues, including: the ontology of time, systematic metaphysics, perfect being theology, the Christian doctrine of the Incarnation, the problem of evil, and the nature of divine knowledge in general. Philosophical Essays Against Open Theism advances the discussion by wrestling against the assertions of open theism, and will be of interest to both proponents and opponents of this controversial issue.

Philosophical Essays Against Open Theism was published by Taylor & Francis Ltd in July 2016. The ISBN for Philosophical Essays Against Open Theism is 9781138799998.

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Page last updated 1st December 2016
Book FormatHardback
PublisherTaylor & Francis Ltd (July 2016)
Number of Pages280
Height229 mm
Width152 mm
ISBN9781138799998
ISBN-101138799998
Product Code4347559
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