Rick Shrader‘s Review:
This is another of the “Four Views” books that allows four authors to present their view of the subject and then three other authors to respond. John Feinberg and Norman Geisler present two views upholding God’s sovereignty over Man’s free choices. Bruce Reichenback and Clark Pinnock present two views denying God’s knowledge over those events. Pinnock, of course, sounds more like a process theologian than a classical one, and has been a proponent of open theism. I like Geisler in this approach and was glad to see his debunking of the charge that classical theism all came from Greek philosophy.