Lecture 8 - • What are non-free choices How does it look...

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Lecture 8 23/09/2010 09:09:00 Are you talking to a benevolent, just creator when praying… who is the recipient  Scripture cannot be helpful. Could be lies. How do you know? Need to know that God is benevolent and just beforehand. How do you do  that? How much do we gain on God’s benevolent, based on the premises that God  create free-willing creatures. When it comes to balancing situations Is God just and benevolent to each individual Or, is God just and benevolence to humans as a whole o Does he give justice to each of our rights, or benevolence as a whole Free Will Defense To tell that a free choice is better than any non-free choice, give a broader  way of the non-free choices.
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Unformatted text preview: • What are non-free choices? How does it look like from free-will? Do we already make them everyday? • How important is free-will? How do you know what free-will is? ← Can someone destroy Free-Will? • If no, God created free-will creatures, then God intervenes. Lies, deceit, threats, and even truth are available to God because you can’t destroy free will • If yes, (they reduce, eliminate, or impair), then God does not intervene and he reduced the amount of free will during events (i.e. the holocaust). Maybe reduce the free will of some and not others. Is this right? ← ← 23/09/2010 09:09:00 ← 23/09/2010 09:09:00 ←...
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