For those of you who have been visiting this blog, you’ll notice that I’ve been very interested with Open Theism, has read a book “God of the Possible” by Greg Boyd and followed a Calvinism vs. Open Theism debate.
Here’s something interesting.
My wife, who’s a relatively new Christian, and I just had our call-it-a-day chat. We were talking about a friend whose daugther got pregnant at a very young age. At church this morning, Kuya Prudy talked about the ministry that God has called us to do thru our SHAPE, and that he said we are not an accident, God has us in mind even before we were born.
She commented, “I don’t think God planned that the girl will commit that mistake and be pregnant at this very age. That’s entirely her choice. But I think God did have a plan in case the girl commits a mistake, the baby is already in God’s mind. That’s why I also believe that the baby is not an accident.”
Very profound. Very Open Theist. :D Who says Classical Theism is the “default” theology for new Christians?