To use a Theoism, “Thank you for the insult!”Wow, the above is remarkable theological ineptitude on display.
What do you think “If you hear his voice” means if not that God is seeking them, wanting to do something? Does God just speak to hear the sound of his own voice? Are his words ever without purpose or desire to accomplish something?
And what would “do not harden your hearts” mean if they didn’t have a volitional choice to make? Is hardening our heart of our own volition not possible? If God wants us to harden our hearts, why does he tell us not to? If God had determined that we will harden our hearts, what real meaning is in the prohibition if we cannot go against his decree?
It’s not theological rocket science, p4t, it’s simple common sense reading of the text!