So basically God commanded a bunch of puppets who can't actually do anything unless he determines it.
Of course, I never said anything about "puppets".
Actually, quite the CONTRARY, I repeatedly pointed out that men made "willful" actions.
Last time I checked, "puppets" don't have wills.
But here's the issue, I simply pointed out SCRIPTURE to you, and you are arguing AGAINST Scripture with your rationalization, and even worse, arguing worthless straw-men that we don't believe (ie. "puppets").
Btw, if the Scriptures I quoted to you are true (and they are), and they result in the conclusion (according to you) that men are "puppets", does that not mean that you are rejecting Scripture in favour of your own emotional imaginations?
Was it really a choice or did God predetermine it? you can't have your cake and eat too.
I don't MISDEFINE "choice" like you do.
So according to the ACTUAL definition of "choice", my theology is just fine.
In the meantime, YOU contradict Gen. 50:20.
In the meantime, YOU contradict Isa. 10:5-7.
In the meantime, YOU contradict Acts 4:27-28.
And that's the problem with "rationalization". It starts out being innocent and innocuous, but in the end it forces you to reject Scripture.