The "Openness" of God: A Reply to Hasker

Alfred J. Freddoso


In this essay Alfred J. Freddoso develops two objections to the project proposed in The Openness of God. First, he questions the contention that contemporary Christian thinkers have a philosophical advantage over their classical predecessors in fashioning an accurate conception of God. Second, with Thomas Aquinas as his guide, Freddoso argues that the authors of The Openness of God need to construct a philosophically more rigorous account of God's transcendence. Mr. Freddoso is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Notre Dame.


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