Before moving on with the study of man’s free will vis-à-vis the sovereign and unchangeable will of God, I want to go back just a moment to the article on Adam. Some of what follows is repetition from earlier posts, but bears repeating for the sake of clarity. Since the posting of earlier articles dealing … Continue reading Back to the Garden 2
“If man’s will is so absolutely corrupt, and if man cannot see righteousness, and if he is unable to seek after God, then how can a person come to choose Christ?” These are good questions. The answer may not be so easy.
Does man have free will when it comes to matters of righteousness? How does man's will relate to God's sovereignty? This article begins to try to answer these questions.
Many people will argue that God gave man the gift of free will in the Garden of Eden. A close study of the story of the temptation of Adam and Eve may indicate a more sinister source.