By William Hasker
"This awesome publication . . . is a really pivotal contribution to the vigorous present debate over divine foreknowledge and human freedom. . . . Hasker's booklet has 3 commendable beneficial properties valuable of quick observe. First, it incorporates a rigorously crafted assessment of the hot literature on foreknowledge and freedom and so can function an exceptional advent to that literature. moment, it truly is tightly reasoned and brimming with brisk arguments, lots of them hugely unique. 3rd, it competently situates the philosophical dispute over foreknowledge and freedom inside its right theological context and in so doing highlights the intimate connection among the doctrines of divine omniscience and divine providence."―Faith and Philosophy"[God, Time, and data] is an elegantly written, forcefully argued problem to conventional perspectives, and an immense contribution to the dialogue of divine foreknowledge."―Philosophical Review"This is a really powerfuble, thorough research of the clash among loose will and divine foreknowledge (or, on a few acounts, undying divine wisdom of our future). it's quite clear."―Theological ebook overview
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