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Is Christianity testable?

In order to determine whether Christianity is testable or not, you first have to define "Christianity". It is not sufficient to say, for instance, that Christianity is that which is conveyed ...
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How can God gives us free will and yet be the creator and originator of everything at the same time?

By simplifying things, one could say that "free will" in general, is the ability one has to take part in the creation process, by acting. But, what will come out of these interventions, is ...
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How can God gives us free will and yet be the creator and originator of everything at the same time?

The argument made depends on an unstated assumption: "If X makes a choice, Y must not have made that choice." If you make a choice, then God cannot have made that choice. For some ...
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How can God gives us free will and yet be the creator and originator of everything at the same time?

“Free will” is independent of the environment. A person in jail can have the free will to want to leave, yet not be able to leave. So it is absolutely possible to have free will where your free will ...
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How can God gives us free will and yet be the creator and originator of everything at the same time?

The phenomenon of dichotomy in nature is ever integral to any philosopical .notion/idea/framework, In whatever way eyed, there is never a time this phenomenon is inconspicuous to common sense....
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How can God gives us free will and yet be the creator and originator of everything at the same time?

Whatever ways anyone can work using his/her freewill is already determined by God. Just imagine it as a computer program, whatever ways a person can act is defined by a number of IF cases. In which If ...
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How can God gives us free will and yet be the creator and originator of everything at the same time?

One of the classic example of gods in various religions is as parents mother or father or both. And if you stay in that picture, a child actually is the creation of it's parents. It's a direct copy of ...
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How can religious conception of choice be consistent with the notion of omnipotent, all powerful God?

Yes and yes. The supposed compatibility of free will and an omniscient, omnipotent God really doesn't hold up to scrutiny at all. If God knows everything we will do before we do it, how can our ...
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