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... of the doctrine of faith, the problem of human free will and its relation to faith in a divine providence, or predestination, may be regarded as much nearer its solution ... The human free-will as a subjective principle has for its objective correlate the notion of possibility, by which one of two alternatives may occur ... events that the Creator, in order to grant to human liberty the opportunity to display its own energy, left the final issue of certain actions undecided even for His own knowledge ...
... as much harm as it does good, and open theists see free will as the best answer to the problem of evil ... Most Arminians reconcile human free will with God's sovereignty and foreknowledge by holding three points Human free will is limited by original sin, though God's prevenient grace restores to ... complete, and therefore the future is certain and not contingent on human action ...
Famous quotes containing the words free and/or human:
“The bad thing is that thinking about thought doesnt help at all; one has to have it from nature so that the good ideas appear before us like free children of God calling to us: Here we are.”
—Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe (17491832)
“Any honest examination of the national life proves how far we are from the standard of human freedom with which we began. The recovery of this standard demands of everyone who loves this country a hard look at himself, for the greatest achievments must begin somewhere, and they always begin with the person. If we are not capable of this examination, we may yet become one of the most distinguished and monumental failures in the history of nations.”
—James Baldwin (19241987)