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Dr. Tim Stratton PHD Theology Dr. Tim Stratton joins us to talk about Molinism and his journey as a Christian.
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(SIS S1 E7) Human Freedom, Divine Knowledge, and Mere Molinism (w. Dr. Tim Stratton) By: Brian G. Chilton and Curtis Evelo | August 8, 2021
Through the summer, the Bellator Christi Podcast features a new series entitled the “Summer Interview Series” which engages the top Christian scholars and experts in their chosen fields. On the seventh episode of the Summer Interview Series&#8217; first season, Brian and Curtis speak with Dr. Tim Stratton about his book Human Freedom, Divine Knowledge, and Mere Molinism: A Biblical, Historical, Theological, and Philosophical Analysis. Buckle up, because this podcast features several mic drop moments in addition to some deep philosophical and theological material. It&#8217;s all about Molinism as we speak with Dr. Tim Stratton.

* What is the aim of your book, and who is your intended audience?
* What is &#8220;Mere Molinism&#8221;?
* What biblical support do you find for the Molinist perspective?
* You engage the historical side of Molinism from the pre-Reformational period onward. Who are some of the more influential theologians of the pre-Reformational period that you cover and how do they relate to the Molinist perspective?
* Do you think Aquinas would have accepted the doctrine of middle knowledge?
* Who are some of the more prominent Reformational thinkers, and how do they relate to Molinism?
* What are some of the best philosophical arguments for libertarian free will?
* What are some of the best theological arguments for LFW?
* What apologetic value does Molinism hold?

About our Guest: Dr. Tim Stratton


Dr. Tim Stratton is the founder of Free Thinking Ministries (https://freethinkingministries.com) and is a professor at Trinity College of the Bible. He received his PhD in Theology from North-West University. As a former youth pastor, Tim is devoted to answering questions that he first encountered from the teenagers of his youth group. FreeThinkingMinistries.com is a web-based apologetics ministry devoted to the promotion of &#8220;Mere Molinism,&#8221; libertarian free will, in addition to other apologetic based issues. Tim regularly speaks at college and church campuses and offers frequent videos on his FreeThinking Ministries&#8217; YouTube channel. Tim recently wrote the book &#8220;Human Freedom, Divine Knowledge, and Mere Molinism&#8221; which is derived from his dissertation.

Brian Chilton: Founder of Bellator Christi Ministries

Brian G. Chilton is the founder of BellatorChristi.com, the host of The Bellator Christi Podcast, the author of the Layman’s Manual on Christian Apologetics, and a Ph.D. Candidate of the Theology and Apologetics program at Liberty University. He received his Master of Divinity in Theology from Liberty University (with high distinction); his Bachelor of Science in Religious Studies and Philosophy from Gardner-Webb University (with honors); and received certification in Christian Apologetics from Biola University. Brian is a member of the Evangelical Theological Society and the Evangelical Philosophical Society. Brian has served in pastoral ministry for nearly 20 years and currently serves as a clinical chaplain, an editor for the Eleutheria Journal, and an Associate Editor for MoralApologetics.com.
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Curtis Evelo: Co-Host and Producer of the Bellator Christi Podcast

Curtis Evelo is a cattle rancher at the E6 Hereford Ranch in St. Ignatius, Montana. Curtis is the Co-Host and Producer of the Bellator Christi Podcast. He often teaches and speaks at his church Cornerstone Faith Center in St. Ignatius. Curtis provides a common-sense approach to Christianity as he contemplates the wonders of God’s creation in Big Sky Country.



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A Better Manager - Tim Stratton Interview This episode of our interview with Timothy Stratton delves into experiences and how to be a better manager.  We compare notes on what has worked for us and traits of those we seek to emulate.  While the focus is on developer managers, there are many general suggestions as well. The Better Manager Summary There are many traits of a good manager.  We hit on the more generalized of these in our discussion.  These come from our experience as a manager and being managed.  We started our careers as developers and think we have some good insights into managing developers because of that foundation.  It is easy to do the things that you found to be positives when the roles were switched.  A golden nugget in this area is to remove obstacles for your team. The Weight of the World One of the more significant challenges in moving from developer to manager is becoming less hands-on.  We have skills that allow us to jump in and help get tasks accomplished.  However, that is not always the best use of our time.  There is a mental adjustment needed to move from a "do-er" role to a guide or director.  That is not an easy step to take and can often keep developers on a technical track rather than managerial.  Fortunately, there are rewards for either of these paths and we have good options for an extended career. A Little Background Timothy is a software development manager at XSolis with a strong development background.  He has a master's degree and a love for learning.  We gave some details in part one and then dug deeper into how his career started and how those steps led to success today in part 2. Contacting Timothy You can send an email to info@develpreneur.com for other methods of connection. Unfortunately (for us), he is not a fan of social sites.  Thus, he keeps that footprint small.  However, he is happy to help others, and we can connect you through any of the normal Develpreneur avenues.
031 - Molinism with Tim Stratton In this episode, Brian Auten and Chad Gross interview Tim Stratton of Free Thinking Ministries. They discuss the topic of Molinism as it relates to God’s sovereignty, human free will, and why it matters. Tim’s book on the subject is Human Freedom, Divine Knowledge, and Mere Molinism: A Biblical, Historical, Theological, and Philosophical Analysis.1:03 - Intro to Tim Stratton1:41 - Why Molinism on the podcast?3:20 - Welcome to Tim Stratton3:54 - How Tim became a Christian9:37 - God as a maximally great being10:43 - Tim’s dissertation11:18 - What does Tim find compelling about Molinism?12:42 - The Mere Molinism Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/407036864304486716:14 - What is the problem that Molinism is trying to solve?22:47 - How to briefly summarize Molinism?23:41 - Defining terms: Middle knowledge and counterfactuals31:39 - Scriptures that affirm counterfactuals / middle knowledge 41:53 - Why us the term “mere” Molinism?46:22 - Can Molinism be applied to salvation?48:21 - Does this chess analogy work?52:10 - Objection: Molinism is not derived from scripture58:23 - Objection: Who cares? That’s just for scholars and theologians1:02:45 - How Molinism saved Tim’s marriage1:06:20 - Where to find Tim’s resourcesTim’s YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjoJHrgHyjBgOiSTxFT0DagFree Thinking Ministrireshttps://freethinkingministries.com/Tim’s Biohttps://freethinkingministries.com/tim-stratton/Free Thinking Podcastshttps://freethinkingministries.com/free-thinking-podcasts/Human Freedom, Divine Knowledge, and Mere Molinism: A Biblical, Historical, Theological, and Philosophical Analysis.https://www.amazon.com/Human-Freedom-Divine-Knowledge-Molinism-ebook/dp/B08LL3Q3T5If you have a question for the podcast, record it and send it our way using www.speakpipe.com/Apologetics315 or you can email us at podcast@apologetics315.com
Ep. 71 Evan Minton & Tim Stratton Wrap-up the Freethinking Argument We're back with a (somewhat) new episode for you guys. This is the final part of a series of 3 episodes from the Cerebral Faith podcast with Evan Minton. This was a conversation that he and Tim had on the Freethinking Argument. I know we've already covered this topic on the podcast, but this conversation brought up several new objections that Tim and I didn't have the chance to interact with. So enjoy! Relevant Links: http://cerebralfaith.blogspot.com/
Ep. 70 More Evan Minton & Tim Stratton on the Freethinking Argument We're back with a (somewhat) new episode for you guys. This is the second part of a series of 3 episodes from the Cerebral Faith podcast with Evan Minton. This was a conversation that he and Tim had on the Freethinking Argument. I know we've already covered this topic on the podcast, but this conversation brought up several new objections that Tim and I didn't have the chance to interact with. So enjoy! Relevant Links: http://cerebralfaith.blogspot.com/
Ep. 69 Evan Minton & Tim Stratton Talk the Freethinking Argument We're back with a (somewhat) new episode for you guys. This one is actually going to be a series of 3 episodes for you from the Cerebral Faith podcast with Evan Minton. This was a conversation that he and Tim had on the Freethinking Argument. I know we've already covered this topic on the podcast, but this conversation brought up several new objections that Tim and I didn't have the chance to interact with. So enjoy! Relevant Links: http://cerebralfaith.blogspot.com/
How Free Will Conflicts with Atheism (Dr. Tim Stratton) Dr. Tim Stratton presents his case that free will is evidence for God. Tim has spent a good deal of time refining this argument in his PhD studies and we're going to get an accessible breakdown of how it works. Now, Tim doesn't normally have an eye patch but since he didn't send me over a better photo I'm punishing him... and really, I just thought it was funny. I hope this breakdown of the "free will argument against naturalism" will be not only personally enlightening and convincing to you but will become another tool in your own intellectual toolbox of ways to help others see the truth of Jesus Christ.

Here's Tim's web site and specifically an article on the problem of evil and how he answers it. Tim has TONS of free articles you may be interested on his site in addition to this one. https://freethinkingministries.com/3-circles-all-the-problems-of-evil/

Another article from Tim on "unjustified suffering" https://freethinkingministries.com/a-thought-experiment-vs-unjustified-evil-suffering/

Tim's YouTube channel, which he intends to utilize more in the future, has a video he asked me to share with you on how he handles divine determinism which many Calvinists affirm. https://youtu.be/qFKg0veH7fo
Tim Stratton and Freewill - A Response to Defenses of the Free Thinking Argument In this episode I respond to an interaction I had with Tim Stratton from Free Thinking Ministries concerning his Free Thinking Argument Against Naturalism and why I think it not only does not work against naturalism, nor Christian Compatibilism, but also why the defenses of it typically fail as well. 

 

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