Table of contents for Charts on open theism and orthodoxy / H. Wayne House with Max Power.


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1. Terms and Definitions
  Simplicity
  Pure Actuality
  Necessity
  Aseity
  Immutability Impassibility
  Etemality
  Transcendence
  Immanence
  Infinity
  Omnipotence Omniscience
  Omnipresence
  Sovereignty
  Relation to Creation

2. Hermeneutics and Theological Language
   Concepts
     Univocal Equivocal Analogical
   Predication
     Univocal Equivocal Analogical
   Anthropomorphic Language
     Anthropomorphism
     Anthropopoiesis Anthropopathism

3. The Doctrine of Scripture in Open Theism
   Ineffancy
   Predictive Prophecy
   Inspiration




4. Historical Understandings of Ultinmate Reality and God
   Greek Philosophers
     Parmeiiides
     Heraclitus Pythagoras
     Plato
     Aristotle Plotinus
   Church Fathers
     Justin Martyr
     Irenaeus
     Tertullian
     Origen
     Cappadocian Fathers
     Lactantius
   Medieval Theologians
     Augustine
     Anselm
     Thomas Aquinas
   Reformation and Post-Reformation Theologians
      Martin Luther
      John Calvin
      Jacob Armninius
      John Wesley

5. Historical Views on the Attributes of God
   Church Fathers
      Simplicity
      Immutability Impassibility
      Etemality
      Omniscience Sovereignty
   Medieval Theologians
      Simplicity
      Immutability Impassibility
      Etemality
      Omniscience Sovereignty
   Reformation and Post-Reformation Theologians
      Simplicity
      Immutability Impassibility
      Etemality
      Omniscience Sovereignty





  Puritan Theologians
     Simplicity
     Immutability Impassibility
     Etemality
     Omniscience Sovereignty
  Modem Theologians
     Simplicity
     Immutability Impassibility
     Etemality
     Omniscience Sovereignty

6. Open Theism Compared with Other Theological Systems
  Attributes of God
     Simplicity
     Pure Actuality
     Necessity
     Infinity
     Etemality
     Aseity
     Immutability Impassibility
     Immanence
     Transcendence
     Omniscience
     Omnipresence Omnipotence
     Sovereignty
     Relationship to Creation
   Related Theological Issues
     Human Free Will
     Hermneneutics
     Suffering
     Prayer
     Salvation

   Bibliography





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Open theism Outlines, syllabi, etc, Theology, Doctrinal Outlines, syllabi, etc, Open theism Quotations, maxims, etc, Theology, Doctrinal Quotations, maxims, etc