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How do Christians who believe in libertarian free will respond to R.C. Sproul's critique in the article "What Is Free Will?"?

As someone who holds to libertarian free will, I can immediately spot that what Sproul describes in "Spontaneous Choice" is not, in fact, libertarian free will, but goes beyond the accepted ...
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How do Christians who believe in libertarian free will respond to R.C. Sproul's critique in the article "What Is Free Will?"?

Sproul's argument is what I will loosely refer to as a "false trichotomy". When presented formally, it looks like this: Let A = No free will Let B = What Sproul calls "humanist free ...
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How do Christians that advocate libertarian free will interpret Romans 9:14-24?

Paul is not teaching determinism; he is countering the deterministic views of his opponents Background on the Epistle to the Romans Paul is writing the Epistle to the Romans circa AD 56-57, prior to ...
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How do Christians that advocate libertarian free will interpret Romans 9:14-24?

I would recommend reading my answers to each of the two questions linked in the comments of your post, but to give a brief answer as someone who holds to LFW: I am not inclined to believe that this ...
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How can God be loving and just whilest creating people for His wrath? I cannot wrap my head around Calvinism!

"Please help me understand how God can be characterized as merciful, just, and righteous within the Calvinist framework." I will do my best, for I have studied Reformed/Calvinistic theology ...
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According to Arminians, why do they find Calvinism distasteful or inaccurate?

Calvinism is not a demonic lie, but... I was really hoping this question would disappear because it is not edifying or helpful to dwell on particular pieces of hurtful rhetoric which have been ...
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According to Arminians, why do they find Calvinism distasteful or inaccurate?

A danger with this important question is that the issue of 'free will' might be raised, like a red flag to a bull, and arguments start. Although that is certainly involved in disagreements between ...
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