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Posted by Richard Ruquist on November 14, 2002 16:04:21 UTC

To make my view clear,

God knows all possible outcomes,
but not which ones we choose.

Therefore, in doing prophecy
(assuming no hearsay problems)

God can at best tell us
what all the possible outcomes are.

God cannot tell us exactly what will happen
just because s/he does not know what our choices will be.

If God knew what our choices were, we would have no choice and no freer will.
OK?

yanniru

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