Category Archives: Immutablility

anthropomorphisms depict fiction

In all human cultures, human beings tend to insert figurative language in their everyday communication. It is natural. When someone claims to be “the hand of the King”, we know that they are not claiming to be connected to the … Continue reading

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anthropomorphisms

When Calvinists call verses anthropomorphic, it is always good to point out that they cannot even define anthropomorphism intelligibly. From Beyond the Bounds: Open Theism and the Undermining of Biblical Christianity: Bruce Ware offers a working definition of anthropomorphism: “A … Continue reading

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God can be influenced

Jer 15:1 Then the LORD said to me, “Even if Moses and Samuel stood before Me, My mind would not be favorable toward this people. Cast them out of My sight, and let them go forth. In the middle of … Continue reading

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augustine on the platonists

In City of God, Augustine has entire book dedicated to his love affair with the Platonists. From Book VIII: Let all those philosophers, then, give place, as we have said, to the Platonists… These philosophers, then, whom we see not … Continue reading

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augustine and his infatuation with the platonists

I have wrote before that Augustine only converted to Christianity after his mentor explained to him that the Bible could be taken figuratively and the Platonists were correct in their philosophy. Here are Augustine’s own words: Confessions, Book 6: 6. … Continue reading

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