Orthodox responses to Bulgakov’s ‘open theism’

Four responses I’ve received from Orthodox friends when asked about Bulgakov’s belief in divine epistemic openness:

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2 comments on “Orthodox responses to Bulgakov’s ‘open theism’

  1. Tom says:

    I should poke fun at my view as well. So in the spirit of good humor, here’s my model of God’s infinite specious present(God as essentially not a subject of ‘becoming’, i.e., not ‘going anywhere’ while also accommodating the world’s temporal becoming.

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  2. Tom says:

    I have to add another reaction to the mere idea that Bulgakov might have advocated for divine epistemic openness which I ran across:

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