A few questions on free will

At one of my regular discussion boards, I have been asked a set of questions on free will.

1. If God is in charge of changing people’s hearts so that they believe in Him, why doesn’t He just change everyone’s hearts?
2. Why does God make close-minded people, so that they won’t believe no matter what evidence is presented?
3. How does free will work with God’s sovereignty?

This article by Greg Koukl at Stand to Reason addresses some of the questions:
Why does God not save everybody?

The issue of free will and God’s sovereignty is addressed somewhat in my previous post on the topic as mentioned already.

I strongly recommend the reading of one of my favorite authors on the topic, Arthur Pink for a full understanding:
The Sovereignity of God

The only way that the sovereignty of God can be denied is by human arrogance.


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