Free Will and the Stages of Theological Anthropology

In Joshua Farris & Charles Champe Taliaferro (eds.), Assignee Research Companion to Theological Anthropology. Ashgate. pp. 233-244 (2015)

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Kevin Timpe
Calvin College
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The basic idea of the article is to explain how free will relates to the progression from the status integritatis to the status corruptionis to the status gratiae to the status gloriae, contrasting libertarian and compatibilist views. We argue that either account can give an account of these stages (even though it might seem that compatibilist views would have it easier).
Keywords Free Will  Theology  Anthropology
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