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The Innocence of God

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The Bible teaches us that God is sovereign over all. Does that mean that in his sovereignty and foreknowledge, all events are determined? What about evil and the choices of man to disobey God or not believe in him at...


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The Bible teaches us that God is sovereign over all. Does that mean that in his sovereignty and foreknowledge, all events are determined? What about evil and the choices of man to disobey God or not believe in him at all? What a choice to have to choose between a good but weak God or a bad but strong God. The sovereignty of God, the existence of evil, the responsibility of man--how do these work together to explain human history and the reality of the world around us? Belief in the sovereignty of God has lead to extreme forms of determinism, while a rejection of God's sovereignty has resulted in an openness view of history, which assumes the idea of a God with limited power and knowledge. In The Innocence of God, Udo Middelmann critiques both positions and demonstrates the continuing battle of a good and powerful God for his creation. God admonishes us to seek justice, goodness and mercy in the continuing struggle against evil. The truth of God's patient, yet powerful battle for redemption is absent when everything has been already determined.
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PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 349863
  • Product Code 9780830856879
  • ISBN 0830856870
  • EAN 9780830856879
  • Pages 216
  • Department Academic
  • Category Biblical Studies
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Biblica Publishing
  • Publication Date Nov 2007
  • Sales Rank 64323
  • Dimensions 209 x 139 x 17mm
  • Weight 0.295kg

Udo W Middelmann

Udo W. Middelmann was born in Germany in 1940 and has resided in Switzerland for over thirty years. He is a graduate of Covenant Theological Seminary and a long time worker at Swiss L'Abri. Dr. Middelmann lectures by special invitation in various countries; he is a consultant and principle speaker on Ethics for a Civil Society for the Russian Ministry of Education and is presently the president of the Francis A. Schaeffer Foundation in New York and Switzerland. Udo and his wife Debbie share five children and three grandchildren together. He is the author of The Market-Driven Church: The Worldly Influence of Modern Culture on the Church in America and the forthcoming The Innocence of God a critique of hard-determinism and open theism.

  • Introduction
  • Chapter 1 The God Who Reveals God’s Self
  • Chapter 2 A Just God In An Unjust World
  • Chapter 3 Relief In The Law Of A Just God
  • Chapter 4 God Present In History, But Where?
  • Chapter 5 Predestination And Determinism
  • Chapter 6 Real Life Versus Spiritual Escape
  • Chapter 7 Infinite-personal God And Finite-personal Human
  • Chapter 8 The Infinite-personal God Of Scripture
  • Chapter 9 Not Abandoned
  • Chapter 10 No Seamless Garment
  • Chapter 11 Evil: Agency And Instrumentality
  • Chapter 12 More Than Arrogance And Resignation

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