In addition, let's say that people have free will. If God, who knows everything, does not known what we're going to do, then that God does not know everything. If God, who can do anything, cannot control the actions of an individual, then that God cannot do everything.
I'm not so sure about that. If God is above logical reasoning then God is also above any other ideas we have. If we say God has the property of being all-powerful, all-knowing, or all-benevolent then God has properties that are subject to logic. So, we can definately say that God cannot have all of these properties because it's the properties themselves that are subject to logical laws.
Also, while we have the ability to choose our own lives, god can see what we will do, and, in some theories, time is set and the choices you make cannot be changed. That means that god can see what we do and we are under "Fate," but its our fate, meaning that we have made it with our chioces.
And whos to say that the future doesnt change? What if every choice we make changes the future alot and god can see into the future as far as the things that dont change. He cant see into the future after a change, because that future has yet to be afected by our present... Is this making sense? Or am I just looping my gibber around ilogical crapola?
You cant prove there is. And besides, my point was that there wasnt a future past our choices. Like, in a year, I will make a big choice(hypotheticly). After that, the future isnt. Like, its not there. And seeing as my point is improvible, and the couter point isnt provible, its a moot point. Lets all just become cultists and forget this giant mess. How bout the the cult of the sometimes seeing fish?In addition, you also can't prove that the future isn't already there
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