Phillip S. Jones Sr.
Biola University
What we must do is step back and take a grand view of the perspectives in order to understand it on a more particular level. If we can picture all of God’s attributes on a bar graph scale, all of God’s attributes would max out at 100% each. These attributes are always operating at 100%; at no time does any attribute diminish or decrease below 100%. However, there are times when one of His attributes shows forth more than another does, but they are all operating at a maximum level.
Keywords Free Will  Human Freedom  Foreknowledge  Sovereignty  Choice
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