Evil is Random, Even for God: The Uncontrolling Love of God

Kurt Note: Thomas Jay Oord is a theologian I respect. His work in open and relational theology is so helpful for understanding the nature of God in relation to space and time. In this short article, Tom gives us a bit of a peak at a new way of understanding why evil and suffering exist. He also looks at [Read More…]

#FarewellJohnPiper? – What Boyd, Wright, Bell, and Whoppers Have in Common

Over the past several years John Piper has piped in on many things. And, yes friends, his pipes are loud and proud (well, not Whopper proud 😉 ). He is known for a having a very specific view of God, the Scriptures, and culture. On God, Piper pipes about God’s glory. I affirm this wholeheartedly [Read More…]

A “dummies” guide for understanding open theism?

Kurt Johnson, wrote an excellent piece called “Open Theism Simplified.” This doesn’t mean that the article is super-short, but that he did all that he could to take out any technical jargon to explain the open view. As many of you know, this is a perspective that I also hold to… that the future to [Read More…]

What is Open Theism? (Greg Boyd and a question for N.T. Wright)

Today Rachel Evans posted her latest “Ask a…” conversation partner: N.T. Wright. You all probably know that I have several influences in my theological life and that N.T. Wright is at the top of that list. I asked him the following question on Rachel’s post: Hi Dr. Wright, First, allow me to admit that your [Read More…]


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