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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?"?

The first view is what I’m going to call the “humanist” view of free will, which I would say is the most widely prevalent view of human freedom that we find in our culture. I’m sad to say that, in my ...
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Does R.C. Sproul elaborate on his position regarding images of Christ?

I have found two places where Sproul deals with this subject. The first is in Essential Truths of the Christian Faith, v2, where he expresses concern about the risks of "wrong images": I ...
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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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Did God institute a law against the debasing of currency? (RC Sproul)

The law he references is the law of the Year of Jubilee (Lev 25:13-17). Once upon a time, the US dollar was tied to the value of gold (gold standard). The idea was to tie money to a fixed value. You ...
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