Does faith in the personal God of Scripture make sense if we acknowledge that we do not have free will? This blog presupposes that we don’t have free will, but argues that far from being a source of anxiety or even a death sentence for faith, our lack of free will may actually be the central point of Scripture and essential to our inherent human dignity.
September 26, 2016 - 'He'
is He who trails me steadily, uninvited and unwanted, like an everlasting
shadow, and vanishes into the recesses of transcendence the very instant I turn
around to confront this numinous, awesome, mysterious 'He'?"
Joseph B. Soloveitchik, The Lonely Man of
Faith (New York: Three Leaves Press, 1965) 21