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Publication Date: 2005
Spiegel, James S.
"Does God actively determine every event that comes to pass? Ordoes he passively allow some events to happen?" When we face painful trials, there is comfort in knowing thatGod can see the big picture even when we can't. Scholar and authorJames Spiegel reaffirms that God knows everything that will happenin the future and is in full control. This is the classic view ofGod's divine providence, the idea that God completely knows,controls, and directs the future. This doctrine has come under fire recently by supporters ofopposing views, especially open theists, who claim that God can bemistaken about the future and that even his plans can fail. Usingscriptural texts, Spiegel analyzes the flaws of alternative viewswhile defending the classic view of God's providence. Heillustrates how the classic view is beneficial to believers andshows the reader how this doctrine provides answers to difficultquestions such as the problem of evil. Where we stand on the issue of God's divine providence affectsevery area of our lives. Spiegel provides us with an excellentexplanation of divine providence.Spiegel, James S. is the author of 'Benefits of Providence A New Look At Divine Sovereignty', published 2005 under ISBN 9781581346169 and ISBN 1581346166.
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