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Posted by Mario Dovalina on May 30, 2002 18:01:11 UTC

"What you chose right now forms the future, and God has already seen it. God does not KNOW you are going to do anything unless you DO it."

You're missing my point. God set initial conditions that led to your making that choice, and since the future is set, there can only be one outcome for every choice you make. If God sees the future, he KNOWS what choices you will make. It's like giving someone a test when you know exactly how they will do: what's the point?

"You are still thinking of God as a person on a timescale. Like I said, God operates outside our concept of time. This is why your arguement is wrong."

Why? I don't understand how this effects anything.

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