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written by Readnreap on 17/12/2004

Bruce A. Ware, Their God is Too Small - Bruce Ware, Dean and Professor at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Kentucky, has written a solid, logical, biblical defense of the True God of the Bible while exposing the so-called 'god' of Open Theism. He gives a short overview of Open Theism and the Christian Faith using good examples and anecdotes in the first chapter of the book.

The second chapter begins a series of chapters that set Open Theism against three of the most cherished truths of Scripture: 1)God's Foreknowledge, 2)Suffering and 3)Hope. The Open Theist destroys the doctrine of God's Foreknowledge - that God not only knows what will happen, but that He ordained it to happen (not to be confused with foresight). When dealing with suffering, Open Theists claim that suffering is pointless, and not something of which God would have any part. Ware gives sufficient examples from Scripture of exactly the opposite.

Then, when dealing with Hope, the Open Theists strip the Christian of any hope or confidence in God. If God cannot know the future, he is bound to make mistakes (something else the Openness proponents claim), making His advice and leading no different from Fallen man's.

If you've not heard of Open Theism, you will. It is becoming a very popular belief among the higher critics and elites. However, it is slowly creeping down into our churches as well. Consider this: Wild at Heart is perhaps one of the worst books to hit the Christian market in a long time. It contains a foundational belief in Open Theism. For example, Eldridge states plainly that God took a huge risk in giving man free will. That is the core of Open Theism.

It is essential that believers know what is going on within the Church. Ware's book is a good introduction, easy to ready, very anecdotal. Read 'em & Reap!

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