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A Theologically Indubitable Subjunctive Counterfactual

The issue of Molinism has continued to occupy much of my time in reflection of late, and I realized that all Christians do believe in at least one subjunctive counterfactual of libertarian free will, or at least nearly all Christians … Continue reading

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Molinism and Sovereignty

The Christian who believes that God has middle knowledge is typically concerned to secure the belief that God is Sovereign in the sense that nothing whatever is out of God’s providential control and direction. God ordains what we will freely … Continue reading

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