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The Potter's Freedom has ratings and 55 reviews. J. said: This book is written as a response to Dr. Norman Geisler's Chosen But Free, in which Dr. Geisler.
Table of contents
Joining in with the Spirit Kirsteen Kim. The Kingdom of God Robert A. Jesus the Wicked Priest Marvin Vining. The Screwtape Letters C.
Reaching Out Henri Nouwen. Praying the Names of God Ann Spangler. Praying the Names of Jesus Ann Spangler. The Reason for God Timothy Keller. Hail, Holy Queen Scott Hahn. Every Good Endeavour Timothy Keller. Jesus and the Victory of God N. Half the Church Carolyn Custis James. Friend of Sinners Rich Wilkerson. The Problem of Pain C. Evangelism Without Additives Jim Henderson.
Classical Apologetics Arthur W. Israel's Anointing Sandra Teplinsky. The Power of Forgiveness Joyce Meyer. It was a definite blessing reading this book; and it has greatly helped define my understanding of reformed theology and its foundation in Scripture. Aug 12, Bryant Rudisill rated it liked it.
What will jump out first from picking up this book is it seems the entire Reformed community has come together to pay its respects for the work Dr. But what exactly is the burden Dr. White has taken upon himself in writing a rebuttal of Dr. Norman Geisler's Chosen But Free?
The Potter's Freedom stands not only as a rebuttal of Dr. Geisler; nor as merely a defense of Reformed theology; but the very gospel itself. It is a call for a new section in our Theology Proper: As an attribute of God that transcends the rest, the freedom of God, which was once assumed as altogether obvious, is now being attacked more than ever - even now by Christianity's greatest theologians. Geisler's line of reasoning step-by-step.
By providing sound exegesis of the texts that support the Reformed view and that Dr. Geisler used against historic Calvinism, White sheds light on Geisler's presupposed philosophical bias that he continually reads into Holy Writ. White clears the misconceptions of historic Calvinism and posits a good defense for Calvin's holding to limited atonement.
Reading over the previous reviews, I saw a misunderstanding of Dr. Geisler is not Amyraldian by any means. Throughout his work he denies all the points of Calvinism even the basis for historic Calvinism's holding to preservation of the saints. Throughout The Potter's Freedom Dr. White points his readers back to the glory of God found in His redemptive purposes of a chosen people. The Potter's Freedom is indeed a sharp critique, nearly along the lines of Luther, and it received a deserved sharp response from Dr.
Geisler's second edition of Chosen But Free. All in all, Dr. White is exegetically sound, and certainly a good man for the job of defending the gospel us Reformers hold to so dearly. Oct 04, Brent McCulley rated it it was amazing Shelves: White's examination and thorough refutation of Chosen But Free is simply fantastic. He breaks down the text, and thoroughly refutes all of the argumentation against the Reformed position.
White has done some serious exegetical homework in The Potter's Freedom , as he wrestles with the tough texts, thoroughly documents objections and positions to the contrary, and systematically refutes such objections in a gracious, yet firm tone. What I loved most about the book was it was as scholarly as Dr. What I loved most about the book was it was as scholarly as it was accessible. White is not scared to run headstrong into his opponents court and challenge robustly, yet his defenses are firm, and his position his highly structured and tenable. He deals with exegetical issues, historical issues, philosophical issues, and more.
Step by step, he sticks with Scripture alone, and exegetes the truth from the the Word, without philosophical presuppositions. This was a fantastic read that is one of the best books for a thorough refutation of the Arminian position, which runs contrary to Scripture and Reformed doctrine. Dec 03, Travis Lee rated it it was amazing.
James White at his best. A necessary book for the library of any Reformed believer, and a must read for anyone who has any false notions of free will! Jul 13, joel rated it really liked it. The Reformed position begins with Scriptural truths. The Arminian position begins with philosophical necessities, and we have seen, over and over again, the result of forcing philosophical presuppositions into the text of Scripture. Those are really your only two options. Given that, it's stunning to think of how mu 'Surely the strength of Reformed theology is its biblical basis, and the weakness of Arminian theology is its philosophical basis.
Old Earthers read the Bible through the lens of science rather than understand science through the authoritative statements of the Bible. Arminian theologians, as White points out, read the Bible through the lens of humanistic philosophy "free will" and what-not rather than allowing their philosophy to be dictated to them by the authoritative statements of the Bible.
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White does a superb job of showcasing how Geisler and those who think like him mangle the texts of Scripture in order to get them to say what they "know" has to be true. White's great work aside, it is frustrating that such a work should even be necessary. But, it is, nonetheless, and The Potter's Freedom is up to its task. It would be a mistake, however, to conclude that the sad circumstance that gave rise to the necessity of The Potter's Freedom has not resulted in something that is beneficial for all who read it. There are few things as refreshing as spending time submerged in the glorious truth of the sovereignty of God as revealed in His Word.
Highly recommended for anyone who wants to get deep into this particular theological battleground. Jul 28, Zoe Scrivener rated it it was amazing Shelves: White's book was excellent throughout. His use of Scripture was prolific, and his argumentation generally sound. While he has been accused of arrogance, I only detected this a smattering of times.
I appreciated the clear explanation of the Calvinist position; it is definitely the best I have read so far.
Feb 10, Joel Warnock rated it liked it. When considering the author and the purpose of the book, I understand why it was written this way, but the abrasive and over confident nature of this book left a bad taste in my mouth. It definitely accomplished giving Chosen But Free a bare bottom spanking, but at what cost? Where is the space in this portrayal of Calvinism for not completely understanding a God whose ways are far above our own?
Im not sure it is right to say Calvinism is the only consistently Biblical response to challenges ma When considering the author and the purpose of the book, I understand why it was written this way, but the abrasive and over confident nature of this book left a bad taste in my mouth.
Im not sure it is right to say Calvinism is the only consistently Biblical response to challenges made to the Christian faith, yet White says exactly that in the introduction and continues with this tone throughout. It is what it is. When Christians come to the Arminian vs Calvinism debate there is often two presuppositions that are brought with them. James White's book is not only a devastating refutation of Norman Geisler's "Chosen but Free" but is a powerful argument for Reformed Theology. I will grant that Geisler's book is incredibly poor.
Those who are Arminian will not want Chosen but Free to be their standard When Christians come to the Arminian vs Calvinism debate there is often two presuppositions that are brought with them. Those who are Arminian will not want Chosen but Free to be their standard bearer.
Potter's Freedom : James White :
But ultimately, while disguising himself as a "moderate Calvinist" Geisler's arguments are thoroughly Arminian. Geisler starts from a philosophical foundation and tries to hammer Scripture into place. White does his best to let Scripture speak which leads to his doctrine and theology.
Geisler is light on exegesis especially if key passages like John 6 and Romans 9 and is often caught red handed of eisegesis.
White is thorough and deep in his exegesis and uses a consistent hermeneutic. Geisler reveals throughout Chosen but Free that he just doesn't understand reformed theology by misrepresenting the position. White, on the other hand, shows and incredible grasp of not only the Arminian position but also of Geisler's work on the subject. White goes beyond Chosen but Free to many of Geisler's past articles that led to the book itself.
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