|Open Theism - Is it Scriptural?||Reply|
I have decided to kick off the new Preacher Talk Forum with a topic that is low key, he said with his tongue planted firmly in his cheek. Seriously, open theism, the claim that God's view of the future is limited, has caused a few lively discussions recently however, the more I read on the matter, the more I notice that the proponents of open theism are limited on Biblical foundation or stretch the references they have like an overweight man in a pair of Sansabelt slacks.
So, can anybody out there give me some Biblical proof that God is omnipresent except in the future? Furthermore, how can a God who is omni-omni be bound by time and space? Is that not a restriction that we have placed upon him? Was Johnís revelation just a glimpse of a possible future or the future?
Posted on 11/18 10:52 PM | IP: Logged
Please, give me a little help!
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