According to your philosophy, we should allow every heresy known to man to infiltrate the church since no one can be sure of anything anyway. Yes?
Absolutely not. Here is a quote from the post you have just read:
There is a grave danger in having an open mind to the beliefs and ideas of how Scripture is interpreted, but there is also a great need for us to be open to hear the Truth. As we explore these thoughts and ideas in a forum such as this we can become the prophetic counsel that leads us deeper into the Light of Truth.
I will refrain from answering any of the other points in respect to Mike's earlier comments; however, I will ask you to read your own posts and think about how they come across.
We can not talk about the opinions of A, C and M without looking at what they teach; and the first two (I've already said I don't know enough about M at this stage) certainly do not seem to reflect the fullness of Scripture. And I am not interested in the doctrines of man and do not believe any post I have ever made can support the idea of embracing any philosophy that comes along.
I haven't got my head around it all yet, but molinism is not just middle knowledge; it is also natural knowledge and free knowledge. To me, I see that we see first in the natural and then in the spiritual (1Cor 15:46) so I see an important need to understand things in the natural so that we can get a deeper understanding in the spiritual. We do not force marriage on anyone, or for that matter should we force anything on anyone else, so free will is an essential part of our make up; and we must always remember that is how we were created, that is one of the most distinct differences between us and animals.
If our heavenly Father created us with free will, for what purpose? Deut 30:19, Php 3:13. And of course we have heaps of Scriptures which say that God chooses us. The task before us is to see all Scripture in light of all of it's Truth. If God gives us choice we have to blend that Truth with the fact that He also chooses, and vice versa of course.
At first appearance molinism appears to attempt to do that.