On this week’s episode, we hear from Dr. Chad Thornhill regarding the doctrine of election and some of the implications for the moral argument. Certain views of the doctrine of election might pose substantial problems for the defender of the moral argument, but Dr. Thornhill explains how, when we have a biblical understanding of the doctrine, these objections can be turned back and how a good understanding of the doctrine of election actually supports the moral argument.
This is a two part series. In this second part, we discuss problems with moral culpability and the character of God that may be raised by certain views of election.
Chad Thornhill on Election and the Moral Argument (Part 2)
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