Did God Create an ‘Open’ Universe?

29 Mar, 2021

Theistic evolution has enormous implications for one’s spiritual walk. If it were true that God kick-started evolution but relinquished control over the outcomes, then we should not trust the Bible since it speaks of God’s pre-creation intention to bring about mankind, to carry out the plan of salvation, and to call out the Church.

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✍️ Links and Show Notes

Original article: Did God Create an ‘Open’ Universe?
10 dangers of theistic evolution
Perils of Theistic Evolution
Theistic evolution: future shock?
Biblical problems for theistic evolution and progressive creation
Did God create over billions of years?
BioLogos, theistic evolution and the Pelagian heresy
Evolutionary syncretism: a critique of BioLogos
The Future
If God can do anything, then can He make a being more powerful than Himself?
Questioning God’s many attributes
Does God’s foreknowledge entail fatalism?
Evolution makes atheists out of people!
Mutilating Miller
Did God create time?
Christian philosopher sees no conflict with evolution
A review of How I Changed My Mind About Evolution

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