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    Can God Know Future Freewill Choices?

    So the past exists, we just don't have access to it?
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    Can God Know Future Freewill Choices?

    Without bounds, not a part of something. I will be generous give you fifty words 😁 So Does the past still exist to God?
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    The dead can see , hear and know

    Long post. One thing at a time. The gospel was preached since Genesis.. Men were being saved by faith all along the way. And being given life from the dead spiritually. This alone counters your view on the passage.
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    Can God Know Future Freewill Choices?

    Describe "this outside of time" idea. What do mean? Does the past still exist to God? It's all a big movie real sort of, and he sees it all at once?
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    Can God Know Future Freewill Choices?

    Something that is indeterminant by definiiton doesn't have a truth value until its determined.
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    Presbyterians believe complete divine determination

    I am asking you seriously what you think you would say in that situation, given you new divine determinism were true.
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    The dead can see , hear and know

    I can't say for certain. But note these two things. 1. The dead will hear (which is future). 2. And all (every single one) that hear will live. Either way we look at it, it fits the Reformed view better. If my take is wrong, and it is a current spiritual reality being spoken of, then...
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    Imitators and the Real Thing

    How Do you know it's really God and not a false Spirit?
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    Most difficult scripture passage?

    I appreciate the concern. And yes that is how I take the passage as well. But it seems grasping. I can't see anything there to justify that take. So its either assume some other meaning, or toss the Bible out as a falsbood. I
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    Most difficult scripture passage?

    I have a rebellious grown son. Not sure what I could have done different, given my imperfections. He has a good job and pays his bills at least. But we know that is temporary.
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    Most difficult scripture passage?

    It's of candidates. One that came to mind lately is this one: Proverbs 22:6 (A)Train up a child in the way he should go, And when he is old he will not depart from it. It seems there are countless examples of well meaning believers flowing good practices that loose children. Your thoughts?
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    Presbyterians believe complete divine determination

    So if your wife wa to icecream and asks whar are the options as you shop, what would be your answer? "Honey you have no options. Now Tell me the flavor God has decreed for you".....lol
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    The dead can see , hear and know

    The hour is now. We are living in the last times since his ministry. He clearly used only future language for when it would happen......"the dead will hear"
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    Imitators and the Real Thing

    How do you know all this is true?
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    Imitators and the Real Thing

    I am curious why you think the passages you use are accurate.
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    Imitators and the Real Thing

    Ironic you use this verse, While trying to be like God of your own will and not God.
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    Presbyterians believe complete divine determination

    But you said what you would do if you did believe. I am asking for more specifics. Which flavors would you call not decreed?
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    Presbyterians believe complete divine determination

    Well which flavors would you call that? You need to be accurate.
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    Presbyterians believe complete divine determination

    Both are accurate. One is just silly for every day because we don't know the future.
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