This has sparked a number of important questions that I should like to explore this semester:
1. Is it possible to be an arminian and actually produce something noteworthy in theology?
2. Do open theists base their theology on the failures of meteorology to predict anything about the weather?
3. If an open theist got hit by a bus, would God have realized it before or after the ambulance arrived on the scene?
4. Have atheists ever tried my mom's coffee, and if they have, why are they still atheists?
5. What if God changed his mind about being ignorant of the future?
6. If the future doesn't exist to be known, why does Greg Boyd allow that sometimes God knows things that occur in the future? Does God positionally create little pockets of future so that He can say that He knows them?
7. If Classical theists were wrong for supposedly basing their theologies on pagan thinking, why are open theists not wrong for jumping into bed with Charles Hartshorne and Alfred North Whitehead?