A Genuine Question for Arminians (from Justin Taylor's blog)
I’m not so much interested in a debate, but for those readers who are Arminian (welcome, by the way; I’m glad you’re here), how do you understand a passage like Genesis 20:6, where God tells Abimelech “I . . . kept you from sinning against me” and “I did not let you touch her”?
If God can prevent the action of this king, was the king’s choice free?
And if God can do this for the king, can he and does he do it for others?