The freedom of God, also called divine freedom, designates that God is free and "not constrained by anyone other than himself. He does what he pleases (Ps. 115:3), and therefore he is always free... He is not bound to the dictates of anyone else. He does make promises, to be sure, which obligate him to do certain things, but he makes those promises voluntarily." ^[1]^

Notes

  1. ? John Frame, Doctrine of God, p. 233

Resources

  • Paul Molnar, Divine Freedom And the Doctrine of the Immanent Trinity: in Dialogue With Karl Barth And Contemporary Theology. T&T Clark, 2005.

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