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Thomas Flint

Professor of Philosophy, Notre Dame; former Editor, Faith and Philosophy

Thomas Flint is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Notre Dame, where he focuses on issues in philosophical theology and metaphysics.

His book, Divine Providence, makes the case for a Molinist account of God’s knowledge—i.e., God has so-called “middle knowledge” of what free agents would do in any circumstance—thereby reconciling divine foreknowledge with human freedom. He is Editor of The Journal of Faith and Philosophy.

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Divine Providence: The Molinist Account (Cornell Studies in the Philosophy of Religion)

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