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RE: Free Will... The Dead Topic Claws Back Into The Woodwork

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Posted by bzrd on October 4, 2000 14:30:42 UTC

Tenacious, if God created man w/o a freewill, we would be little more than robots, incapable of having a loving relationship with him. Do you suppose God was suprised that Hitler turned-out the way he did? If He did, He would not be all-knowing, He would not be God. You are ascribing to God, the limitations of the human intellect. It is the same as saying to yourself, when you look at the stars at night, that there is no-way that a being exists that could create all of this. Do we expect to be able to comprehend an infinite being with our finite minds? If this were the case, then one could rightfully question whether the infinite being is actually infinite. This is why man will never rise-above man-made religions. His religion is a mere reflection of himself.

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