Wilson on Open Theism

Yes, this is the problem of evil, and it is the question that every Christian theist must answer. Since the idea of divine impotence in effect un-gods God, not many of us have taken this route. But in this effeminate age, some professing Christians are now trying it, and they call their explanation the "openness of God." God troubleshoots as we go, but He actually does not do it very well. In this view, God reacts to disasters as they happen, but His reflexes are pretty poor. He runs after disasters, wringing His hands. In this view, God is a lot like FEMA-unprepared, incompetent, disorganized, and two weeks late. (Letter from a Christian Citizen, 63)