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In my many discussions with the religious folk, we have ended up arriving at the point of discussing Freewill. Their argument goes something like: God gave us Freewill to decide to choose right and wrong. But he expects us to make the best use of it. If we don’t, we are guaranteed HELL (in its current form of fire).
Now, does it make sense for an all knowing God to give you Freewill, then punish you for using that same Freewill?
For example, when you decide to become an Atheist, a homosexual, gay, whatever, can it be said that using Freewill? Why then should such a God be annoyed that you are using the very Free Will that he gave you?
If you are religious, kindly break down this whole issue of free will for me. (Please be clear as you can!)
Also kindly explain whether the story of creation has anything to do with the free will that the Abrahamic God gave to Adam and Eve.
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