Freedom Unlimited: Liberty, Autonomy, and Response-Ability in the Open Theism of Clark Pinnock


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How are we to understand the freedom for which Christ has set us free (Gal 5:1)? Could it be that we have barely glimpsed what this might mean? Most theological accounts of freedom think of it either in terms of heteronomy (in which we submit to God or to our sinful inclinations) or autonomy (in which we are given the power of choice and are thus free to choose between good and evil). If Calvinists have championed the former, Arminians have advocated the latter. More recently, open theists, in significantly modifying the ...