Kwabena Donkor

Predestination, Foreknowledge and Human Freedom

Predestination and foreknowledge are two different issues. In the Bible, God's foreknowledge simply enabled Him to put in place a plan of salvation that would be affected through a relationship with Christ (Eph 1:4).

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Open Theism—A Review of the Issues

What does the concept of open theism mean? What tehological problems give rise to it and what issues arise from it? What are its implications for Seventh-day Adventist theology?

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“Deus Caritas Est”: Pope Benedict XVI’s Encyclical Letter

What does it mean to say that God is love? The article provides a critical review of Pope Benedict's Encyclical, Deus Caritas Est, with particular reference to its implications for Church-State relations.

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Dealing With “Discrepancies” in the Bible

How should we deal with alleged discrepancies in the Bible? Here is a short discussion on some issues to be considered before one draws any firm conclusions on such matters.

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Is Scripture Historically Conditioned?

Historical-conditioning is a phrase that does not adequately express the manner in which Scripture came into being. A more accurate description will be to say that Scripture is historically constituted.

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