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Posted by Sam Patterson on May 29, 2002 17:21:47 UTC

"If God can see the future, you have no free will. Period. It is physically impossible for you to have an option in life at any juncture. Right? It may FEEL like you have a choice to go see Star Wars instead of Insomnia, but if the future can be seen you really don't...Your participation is irrelevant. Get it?"

Why does the ability to see the future not let us have free will? We do what we want, God does not stop us, but he sees what is going to happen. The future is being made right now with our choices, but God saw it from the begining. If a physic can see the future, does she force those people to make the choices she wishes? You make it sound like God is a puppet-master, controling us without our consent.

"And if God designed you with the flaws you have, he can see from the point of your birth whether you will go to heaven or hell."

God did not deisgn us with any flaws. When you sin, it is totally your choice. If you did not sin your whole life, you would go to heaven. Only Jesus has done that. KC2GWX 73's

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