The Lie That God Does Not Know Our Future Decisions

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Some theologians in today’s world believe the lie that God’s knowledge about the future is finite—He doesn’t know our decisions until we make them. If that’s true, then God would be nothing more than a chess player, reacting to our every move.

Pastor Lutzer walks us through the flaws of this belief, showing that when we deny that God knows all things—including the decisions we are going to make—then we have to fine-tune and adjust our theology to harmonize it with that error.

And it doesn’t take long before we realize that this false doctrine undermines the Word of God and His predictions, and ultimately, it will undermine our confidence in Him.

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