When theology begins with God's eternal will and knowledge, determinism results. In God in Eternity and Time
, eminent scholar Robert Picirilli argues that we should look first to God's creation and the incarnation--to the created order where God has chosen to act and reveal himself. As God's decrees and foreknowledge in eternity are then read in light of his acts within time, his interactions with human beings on the personal level clearly reveal themselves. God in Eternity and Time
is divided into two sections. The first part explores how God speaks and acts in creation. The second carefully examines foreknowledge and "middle knowledge" to demonstrate the fallacy of logical arguments against freedom based on foreknowledge. Based on these two sections, the reader will discover Picirilli's fresh argument for libertarian human freedom.