The age-old antinomy still rages today. If people are really able to make moral, meaningful decisions, then somehow they must be able to act against God’s will. But if people can act against God’s will, then how can God be said to be sovereign? In other words, how can we be both free and predestined at the same time? Dr. Fruchtenbaum offers a balanced and biblical plea in this engaging study that examines the issues of God’s sovereignty in relation to human responsibility.
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