Constructive criticism of The Unseen Realm #3: perfection and freedom
In which I offer a friendly critique of some elements of Michael Heiser’s The Unseen Realm—in this instance, his comments in chapter 8 on the nature of perfection, and genuine freedom.
Unreflective assumptions about free will
Suppose everyone automatically assumes they have the power of contrary choice. What follows?
Thorny problems with Molinism #4: the internal contradiction between CCFs & PAP
In which I illustrate that if counterfactuals of creaturely freedom are true, the principle of alternate possibility must be false.