A Short Facebook Exchange On Molinism, Isaiah 55:11, and Acts 7:51

So, recently, I was scrolling my Facebook timeline when I came across the following meme posted by a Facebook page. The meme had Acts 13:48 on it with the second panel…

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Q&A: (Follow Up On) Molinism, God’s Love, and Those That Will Never Be Saved

(For the sake of anyone who reads this I am quoting a previous article: https://cerebralfaith.net/qa-molinism-gods-love-and-those-that-will-never-be-saved/). "It’s been a while since I’ve heard from you, Sam. It’s good to talk to…

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Q&A: Molinism, God’s Love, and Those That Will Never Be Saved

I recently thought of a possible new objection to Soteriological Molinism that I think is stronger than some of my older ones. On Molinism, even if God doesn't create the unsaved…

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If Molinism Is True, Why Doesn’t God Use His Middle Knowledge To Save Everyone?

If you've been following this blog, then you probably know what Molinism is. If you haven't, you probably still know what Molinism is if you're a reader of FreeThinking Ministries'…

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An Objection To Premise 3 Of The Maximally Great Argument For Arminianism

Recently, I posted an argument for Arminianism that combined philosophy and scripture to support its premises called "A Maximally Great Argument For Arminianism". (MGA). The premise got to basic Arminian soteriology from…

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