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  • #16
    Originally posted by Sozo
    correct
    Okay. So we can move on.

    If God did have exhaustive foreknowledge, what are the possible ways He could have that knowledge?

    Never heard of it.
    Look it up. And don't forget why I made it. I did tell you, didn't I?
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    • #17
      Originally posted by Lighthouse
      Okay. So we can move on.

      If God did have exhaustive foreknowledge, what are the possible ways He could have that knowledge?

      By causing things to happen.

      or

      By watching things happen before they happened

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Sozo
        By causing things to happen.
        And we hav established that this is not what happened, but if it were, then this would definitely mean we have no free-will, correct?

        or

        By watching things happen before they happened
        How could He watch them happen before they happened?
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        • #19
          Originally posted by Lighthouse
          And we have established that this is not what happened, but if it were, then this would definitely mean we have no free-will, correct?
          Correct! If God caused everything to happen that happens, we would have no free will.
          How could He watch them happen before they happened?
          He can't, but if He could it would not remove our free will.

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