Clear as Day: Metaphorical and Literal Readings of Scripture in the Open Theism Debate – “Clear as Day: Metaphorical and Literal Readings of Scripture in the Open Theism Debate.” Paper given at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Religion, Washington, D.C., Nov. 20, 2006. John Sanders, Hendrix College, Conway, Arkansas.
Eternal Now and Theological Suicide: A Reply to Laurence Wood – Wesleyan Theological Journal. Volume 45, Number 2, Fall 2010
Open Creation and the Redemption of the Environment – Wesleyan Theological Journal. Vol. 47 Number 1, Spring 2012
Mapping the Terrain of Divine Providence - A major paper explaining the main views on divine providence and omniscience
Divine Relationality and Theodicy in The Shack – Presented at the American Academy of Religion in Montreal Canada, November 7, 2009
Divine Reciprocity and Epistemic Openness in Clark Pinnock’s Theology – This paper was given at a session honoring the work of Clark Pinnock at the American Academy of Religion in San Francisco, November 18, 2011.
Motivations for Ascribing Foreknowledge to God – Two ancient (and modern) motivations for ascribing exhaustively definite foreknowledge to God: a historic overview and critical assessment. *redirects to pdf hosted at www.reknew.org
The Hexagon of Opposition: Thinking Outside the Aristotelian Box -In this essay Gregory A. Boyd, Thomas Belt, Alan Rhoda first show how the future-tense Square of Opposition allows for the possibility of a partly indeterminate future .
God and the Future – A brief Outline of the Open View of God.
Why Simple Foreknowledge is Still Useless (In Spite of David Hunt and Alex Pruss) – Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 52/3 (September 2007): 534-544
The Openness of God – An article taken by permission from Christian Scholar’s Review 28:1 (Fall, 1998: 111-139)
- An opposing response to “The Openness of God”:
“The ‘Openness’ of God: A Reply to William Hasker” – Christian Scholar’s Review by Alfred J. Freddoso , University of Notre Dame.
- Hasker’s response to Freddoso:
Tradition, Divine Transcendence, and the Waiting Father – Christian Scholar’s Review 28:1 (Fall, 1998: 134-139)
The Problem of Evil in Process Theism and Classical Free Will Theism – Process Studies. Vol. 29, Number 2, Fall-Winter, 2000: pp. 194-208.
God’s Sovereignty in Today’s World – From Theology Today ; Princeton; Apr 1996
God as Most Moved Mover – From Worship Leader Magazine, Nov./Dec. 2000
Web link to works by Dr. Alan Rhoda
Examining Problems and Assumptions: An Update on Criticisms of Open Theism – From Dialog: A Journal of Theology ; Volume 47, Number 1 ; Spring 2008
Index of works by Dean Zimmerman, Professor of Philosophy at Rutgers University. – A wealth of resources with many works on the topic of God and time.
Does God Know Your Next Move? – Does God change his mind? Will God ever change his plans in response to our prayers? If God knows it all, are we truly free? What does God know-and when does he know it? Christopher A. Hall and John Sanders debate openness theology. Copyright © 2001 by the author or Christianity Today, Inc./Christianity Today magazine. May 21, 2001, Vol. 45, No. 7, Page 38
A Letter to the Editor of Christianity Today – The March 5th 2001, Issue of Christianity Today published an interview with Royce Gruenler making some odd accusations against Open Theism. Here is a response (a form of which is to be published by CT) by John Sanders, Clark Pinnock, Greg Boyd, William Hasker, Richard Rice and David Basinger.
George M. Porter
Things That May Be Only? – Lorenzo Dow McCabe and Some Neglected Nineteenth Century Roots of Open Theism in North America
Summary of Open Theism to the AOG – A paper by Tom Belt that he wrote to introduce his denomination, the Assemblies of God, to open theism.
Preserving Civility and Piety Piety within the Baptist General Conference - A letter concerning the Baptist General Conference’s ongoing debate and internal strife regarding the inclusion of exhaustive foreknowledge into their statement of faith. The letter is written to BGC pastors from a BGC pastor.