D. Paul Walker
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How does open theology interpret 1 Peter 1:2?
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1 Peter 1:2 KJV  Elect according to the foreknowledge of God the Father, through sanctification of the Spirit, unto obedience and sprinkling of the blood of Jesus Christ: Grace unto you, and peace, be ...

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According to Jacobus Arminius's definition of free will, did Pharaoh have free will?
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Did Pharaoh have free will? Many misconstrue free will to be freedom of action. This is not so. Our free will is of the mind and heart. We can desire to do good or evil, be selfish or selfless, serve ...

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Romans 9:14 to 9:24 and free will
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This chapter covers Romans 9:18-21, the similitude of the Potter which is used by some to bolster predestination. Romans 9:18-21 KJV Therefore hath he mercy on whom he will have mercy, and whom he ...

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Are Calvinism and Arminianism compatible?
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In the course of studying the Scriptures we need to form a proper biblical view of its main framework. Unless we have a correct biblical view we will have the wrong bias in interpreting the Bible. The ...

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What is the biblical basis for Open Theism?
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As some have implied erroneously, it is not a question of what God is capable of, he is capable of anything and everything; it is what has he reveal concerning what he did do. Open Theology is simply ...

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