Liberty, Autonomy, and Response-ability in the Open Theism of Clark Pinnock
Imprint: Wipf and Stock
"Hocking pushes the discussion of human freedom and divine power in new and important directions. He seeks to overcome the harsh either/or choice between independent, human free autonomy or deterministic divine heteronomy by proposing free human faithfulness. And he proposes a doctrine of divine power that is participatory rather than unilateral. This book makes a profound contribution to how we might best think about God's love and free creaturely responses!"
--Thomas Jay Oord
author of Creation Made Free: Open Theology Engaging Science