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Posted by Richard Ruquist on November 13, 2002 12:59:03 UTC

From your post above:

***Again, The God knowing all the future possible outcomes and our free will to choose which path to take along those outcomes are not mutually exclusive. ***

This is exactly my point. God knows all possible outcomes and we collectively get to choose which outcome will actually happen. So God does NOT know what outcome we will choose- just all the possible outcomes as you stated- or was that a slip of the tongue?

Since your statement seems to contradict everything else you have been saying, my guess is the this last correct (I think) statement was inspired by God. Quite often what we say inadvertently is more correct than what we say on purpose. I pay attention when that happens to me.

Regards,

yanniru

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