“William Lane Craig on Luis de Molina and the Catholic Church: A Theological Synthesis,” By Glenn B. Siniscalchi

Due to the lack of Molinist philosophy in much of contemporary Catholic theology, I will draw out some of the more interesting aspects of Molinism in light of the need within the Church to look at innovative approaches to develop the motivation that is needed for mission work.  Within a Molinist perspective, the underlying rationale for the evangelizing component of mission work in the face of the possibility that non-Christians can still be saved can be strengthened.  One of the leading spokesmen of Molinism is the American Evangelical philosopher William Lane Craig.  I will focus on his writings in particular for the purposes of this essay.

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