I wrote this for my college comp class a little while back. I was discussing Frink's paper and he asked that I post mine...I am doing so. I will also post it in .doc format.From an early age I found myself believing in what is contrary to the norm of society. I, like many young children, adopted the religious beliefs of my parents. But unlike most parents in our society, mine are atheist. I was just as unknowing about my own belief as most of the children of my age. The only difference was when…See More
"Well if we take your argument in statement 2 and apply it to statement 1 then God cannot have both options by simply splitting the universe, because God is "outside of space and time". Which means that he/she exists just the same for both…"
"I generally look at free will and God like this...
Now God is supposedly an all knowing (past, present, and future).
Now how can a being that can see into the future and knows all that shall happen also posses free will. And if this being has no…"