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Free Will and Calvinism – Thoughts from Greg Koukl

One of the objections that I have heard concerning Calvinism is that if it were true, we as human beings would have to be like robots, existing without free will. Truth be told, godly men have effectively explained the interaction between the sovereignty of God and man’s free will throughout church history. Martin Luther, and Jonathan Edwards wrote extensively on this issue hundreds of years ago, and men like R.C Sproul, John Piper, and J.I. Packer (along with many others) have written effectively on this topic in modern times.

The scriptures are abundantly clear that God is completely sovereign and yet man is morally responsible for his choices. I have posted a link to a video by Greg Koukl (a Christian apologist) where he wrestles with the nature and extent of the freedom of the human will.

Please click HERE to view the video.

In His Grace,

Joe

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