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    It means that one intent, among others, was not a...

    It means that one intent, among others, was not a straw man. However, as expressed in the OP, they were a straw man.
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    Did you read what I wrote regarding praying for...

    Did you read what I wrote regarding praying for regeneration?
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    Which simply points to what I've already said...

    Which simply points to what I've already said about actions involving human ultimacy vs actions that are because of God's grace. I am perfectly aware of what Calvinists say on the issue. The point...
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    Rehash

    The opening post will be in red font, and my prior response will be in blue font. If I make a comment that has not been stated previously, then it will be in black, just like this sentence and the...
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    I gave you the "real" position and dealt directly...

    I gave you the "real" position and dealt directly with several comments from the opening post. Now, use some comprehension skills and comparison skills and compare what was written with the opening...
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    Which goes to show that you have no idea what I'm...

    Which goes to show that you have no idea what I'm critiquing. It is time to wake up from your fantasy land LCF.

    LCF couldn't God make atheism right? LCF couldn't God make cheerios grow wings and...
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    Honestly, I don't believe the op to be worthy of...

    Honestly, I don't believe the op to be worthy of any attention at all because of the straw man nature of it. However, you are a human being, and I'm often reminded lately of how we are supposed to...
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    Another straw man again? Presuming an...

    Another straw man again? Presuming an interpretive matter when the point was about the Bible governing one's Christianity as opposed to imaginative questions. Have you no shame at all? Hello! ...
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    This is probably up there with the best straw men...

    This is probably up there with the best straw men around, or worst, depending on how you look at it.
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    Hello! Wake up LCF! The BIBLE!!! God's word...

    Hello! Wake up LCF! The BIBLE!!! God's word tells us what to believe, not your "could God do x" questions. Please get your priorities right!
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    Amen! I'm not so sure why it is hard for LCF to...

    Amen! I'm not so sure why it is hard for LCF to understand that the Bible tells us what to believe.
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    Where in simpletruth's argument is a statement on...

    Where in simpletruth's argument is a statement on causation? Rather, certain knowledge of the future necessitates "certainty," regardless of what you think the cause is. Hence, "If God knows ahead...
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    I think that the issue comes from two different...

    I think that the issue comes from two different definitions of "option" and "available," and so LCF & simpletruth are talking past each other. However, I will leave simpletruth to clarify. That is...
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    It is an option that is present to the mind of...

    It is an option that is present to the mind of the person. The focus of your question comes from God's perspective rather than seeing that this is a multiperspectival issue, which includes man's...
  15. No, "your" response played a word game, and I've...

    No, "your" response played a word game, and I've already outlined how it was done.

    That you can arbitrarily repeat what I wrote does not make it substantive; it only means that you can parrot what...
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    Bolding was added by me to the quote above to...

    Bolding was added by me to the quote above to indicate what I'm responding to in this paragraph. Where, in this thread, did I put the emphasis where you say I did?

    Again, I am unsure who or what...
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    Well, I think that you are not following...

    Well, I think that you are not following Bahnsen's argument. He is pressing the assumption that there is actual evil in the world, and he is asking which worldview gives a legitimate foundation for...
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    Interesting, what do you think of the...

    Interesting, what do you think of the presuppositional stance (like from Bahnsen) regarding the poe? I ask because it seems to me the easiest of the objections against Christianity.
  19. So the response here is to play a word game by...

    So the response here is to play a word game by borrowing a semantic range of a word that was not used in that way, and then to restate a position that was already assumed as it was argued against. ...
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    It seems that the posters in this thread do not...

    It seems that the posters in this thread do not understand that there are two types of "freedoms" and two types of "choice-making" in play in the discussions. To deny one is not to deny all.
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    So you are saying that God's choices are not...

    So you are saying that God's choices are not arbitrary since His choices are based upon what He knows to be best (i.e. the end result)? If so, then you have affirmed the OP's perspective on the...
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    As you can see in how it was stated, "A choice to...

    As you can see in how it was stated, "A choice to act is free if it is an expression of an agent's categorical ability of the will to refrain or not refrain from the action," then it would...
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    Of course man was created in the image of God. ...

    Of course man was created in the image of God. The OP was about a problematic description of what that image entailed. Hence, this post isn't addressing the OP at all.

    The non-sequitur,...
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    Who and what are you even responding to? What...

    Who and what are you even responding to? What 'kind' of free will, and what 'kind' of choice are better questions to be asking.
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    I noticed that both you and LCF did not deal with...

    I noticed that both you and LCF did not deal with how the two parts of the argument corresponded. I was mainly aiming that the "free will defense" with respect to the problem of evil, and both of...
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