The debate concerning human free will, human moral culpability, and God’s sovereignty has raged for millennia within the Christian church. The recent rediscovery of the medieval philosophical theory known as Molinism brought Molinism to the fore of this debate. One major contemporary proponent of Molinism is William Lane Craig, the famous philosopher, theologian, and apologist. The purpose of this essay is to present a refutation of Craig's brand of Molinism by arguing that Craig’s Molinism relies on a flawed view of human freedom and further fails to reconcile this flawed view of human freedom with God’s sovereignty.
Clemons, Daniel T.
"Against Molinism: A Refutation of William Lane Craig's Molinism,"
Quaerens Deum: The Liberty Undergraduate Journal for Philosophy of Religion: Vol. 4
, Article 1.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.liberty.edu/lujpr/vol4/iss1/1