James Dolezal discusses his book All That Is in God: Evangelical Theology and the Challenge of Classical Christian Theism (Reformation Heritage Books, 2017). Dr. Dolezal serves as associate professor in the school of divinity at Cairn University in Langhorne, Pennsylvania.
In this conversation, and the book that guides it, Dolezal addresses the doctrines of classical theism as well as contemporary models of theology proper, which reject, compromise, or otherwise diminish the classical formulations. Interacting with primary sources from theologians such as Bruce Ware, John Frame, and K. Scott Oliphint, Dolezal charitably offers a critique while reaffirming that all that is in God is God.
- James Dolezal, God without Parts: Divine Simplicity and the Metaphysics of God’s Absoluteness
- Christ the Center, episode 185 — James Dolezal, God without Parts: The Doctrine of Divine Simplicity
- Christ the Center, episode 237 — James Dolezal, Divine Impassibility
- Christ the Center, episode 383 — Samuel Renihan, God without Passions
- Camden Bucey, “Addressing the Essential-Covenantal Model of Theology Proper“
- Camden Bucey, “Van Til and the Creator-Creature Relation“
Participants: Camden Bucey, James Dolezal, Lane G. Tipton
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