Let’s look at some of the most common basic questions and answers on the internet about predestination or free will:
»Is it predestined or free will?
Some accept predestination, but most believe in free will. The whole idea of predestination is based on the belief that God is omnipotent and nothing can occur without His willing it. Some believe that God knows the future, but He does not predestine it.«
Let me remind you that in Christianity alone, there are 45,000 different Churches, each with its own interpretation of the world, god, and the Bible, so it is understandable that they have such different and even conflicting opinions on this issue. I will present the real answer at the end.
“What is the opposite of free will?
The opposite of free will is hard determinism, the belief that all our choices are caused.”
For the sake of simplicity and understanding, let me present a simple fact about the relationship between time and space. When you stand at the beginning of a street and see the end of it, you are actually seeing into the future. Let’s say that in 10 minutes you will reach the end of the street and you keep looking at the end of the street as you walk. You can see that the street is already built and that it extends into a future where it already exists. If the atheistic theory of free will were true, according to which everything is created in real-time, the builders would have to build the street in front of you for you to walk on it. In doing so, you would see that the future does not exist because two meters in front of you would be deep Black Nothing. For the construction enthusiasts, let me explain that all three states happen simultaneously: in the first state, there is no street yet, in the second state the street is being built, and in the third state the street is already there. Everything happens simultaneously, and this is true for the whole of Existence.
“Is it God’s will or free will?
So both God and man have the freedom (free will) to choose and act according to their respective natures. That human nature before the Fall included the capacity to choose evil is apparent (because we did).”
“We” did not choose it, I certainly did not choose Evil. If someone else did, it is not on my behalf. Christian believers, who naively and on their word or the Word believe that they are the descendants of Adam and Eve and therefore they too are bad, sinful, and damned, fall for such lies and accept them as true, submitting to them and paying off debts that they never really caused.”
Why Evil in Paradise?
One of the logical questions is how is it possible that with the “loving” god Yahweh, who claims to be a jealous, angry, and vengeful god, and in “paradise”, Evil existed at all? As many Churches, so many answers. Let us see what ChatGPT says about this paradox:
“How do Christian apologetics answer the question of Evil in Paradise? How is it possible that Evil was present in Paradise?
Christian apologetics approaches the question of evil in Paradise by drawing upon theological and philosophical arguments to address this paradox. Here are a few perspectives that Christian apologists may present:
1. Free Will: One common response is rooted in the concept of free will. According to this view, God granted Adam and Eve free will in Paradise, which included the ability to choose between good and evil. Evil entered Paradise when Adam and Eve, through their free will, chose to disobey God’s command by eating from the forbidden tree (often referred to as the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil). The presence of evil in Paradise, therefore, resulted from human beings misusing their freedom and making morally wrong choices.”
From the very first answer, we can see the absurdity and contradiction of the statement itself. Evil is said to have appeared in Eden only when Adam and Eve rebelled against God, even though they rebelliously ate from the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil. This means, of course, that Evil was already present in the Tree of Knowledge, otherwise, they would not have been able to bite into the apple of knowledge, and it was not until they brought it into paradise by rebelling against god. Evil was already in paradise before them.
“2. Moral Development: Another perspective suggests that the presence of evil in Paradise was part of a larger plan for moral development. God allowed the possibility of evil to provide Adam and Eve with an opportunity to exercise their moral decision-making capacities and to grow in their understanding of righteousness. In this view, Paradise served as a testing ground where humans could learn about the consequences of their choices and develop a deeper appreciation for goodness and obedience.”
This theory is part of the karmic New Age religious and spiritual movements that claim that Evil is necessary for the knowledge of Good because without Evil we would not know what Good is. The same is true for humans, who are supposed to be able to evolve only through Evil, which is supposed to be so necessary for human evolution. This is, of course, just another ugly karmic religious lie that glorifies Evil and forces it into people’s lives as Good and necessary for human life and development. Only the Evil evolves in Evil, the Good evolves in the Good.
“3. Greater Good: Some Christian apologists argue that the existence of evil in Paradise ultimately serves a greater purpose within God’s plan. They propose that the presence of evil allows for the manifestation of various virtues, such as courage, compassion, forgiveness, and redemption. These virtues can be cultivated through the experience of overcoming and addressing evil. From this perspective, evil is seen as a necessary contrast to fully appreciate and understand good.
It is important to note that these explanations are attempts to grapple with a complex theological issue and may vary among different Christian thinkers. While these perspectives offer potential insights, the question of evil in Paradise ultimately remains a mystery in Christian theology, as it delves into the nature of God’s sovereignty, human freedom, and the intricacies of divine plans.”
Like all religions and bibles, superstitions and faiths, all the above explanations were invented by karmic people to manipulate, subjugate and exploit people. The Karmic organization was a criminal organization, which was concerned with Evil, and for them, Good was only a necessary evil. They used Good only to make the real Evil hurt more. They gave it to take it away: life, health, youth, partnership, family, and property. All!
Let me tell you loud and clear that in the new cosmos, there is no more Karmic organization, no more god, no more Evil, no more religions, no more physical limitations, no more disease, no more poverty, no more loneliness, and isolation, no more crime, no more violence, no more suffering, and no more death, and that people are evolving better and faster in the Good than they ever did in the false, harmful, destructive and deadly Karmic System of Evil.
Evil is not necessary for Good to express itself! Evil is not necessary for human evolution! Evil was only necessary for Evil beings, so we, the Good Ones, have abandoned it forever.
Let’s continue with questions and answers about fate and free will from the Internet.
“What is the greatest will of God?
God’s ultimate will is the advancement of his kingdom (Dan 2:44), his glorification (1 Cor 10:31), and the salvation and sanctification of his children through his son, Jesus Christ (2 Peter 3:9).”
God carries out His divine will through Evil, torturing and killing people and animals to “advance His kingdom”, which is in fact Hell. He indeed glorifies Himself as an Evil Being and a real Satan, but He does not “save” and “sanctify” “His children”, but rather He binds them to suffer, perverts healthy persons into physically and personally deformed people, tortures them psychopathically, and kills them sadistically.
It was the will of the Karmic organization that Evil should rule, hence their god Yahweh, the god of Evil.
“Does free will create evil?
God, being wholly good, has created humans with free will and we are responsible for evil by the exercise of our free will. If God were to stop us from doing evil we would not be free and therefore would be unable to do good. It is better that God allows us to be free, even though our freedom has resulted in evil.”
We see in all the Christian apologists for god how they try desperately to keep Yahweh pure, good, and even loving, and to blame all Evil on human beings, even though Yahweh Himself tells them that He is a jealous, wrathful, and vengeful god, who clearly demands in the Bible the torture and killing of entire nations.
Yahweh is an Evil god and, to our great fortune, a fictional mythological being who, like Osiris, Zeus, and Saturn, has a place in the graveyard of the gods already waiting for him in the near future.
God is not Good, let alone “perfectly good”, because Good Beings do not create Evil, nor do they allow it. Good Beings are aligned with Existence and Life and act to sustain Life and Existence. Good Beings do Good. Evil is against Existence and Life because its ultimate goal is Absolute Nothingness. Evil wants to destroy All that exists and turn it into Absolute Nothing.
We are not responsible for Evil because we did not choose it. Evil is imposed on us by the Karmic Masters and we do not do it freely. Humans are programmed to do Evil according to karmic scripts. As soon as we have changed the karmic scripts in the new cosmos, Evil is no more. We will do the same on Earth after the blockade of the planet is over.
The next statement in the above paragraph is a typical karmic fallacy of human beings, according to which god must have allowed us to do evil, otherwise, we would not be free, and even for that reason, we would not be able to do good. Good people are free and do Good. Freedom does not mean that you can do Evil, freedom means that you do what you want. Good beings do Good, Evil beings do Evil. When Evil Beings are rejuvenated and personalized, they become Good and no longer do Evil. Only in the Good do they become truly free, because previously they were violently karmically programmed to do Evil and yet to think that this is “freedom”, that Evil is necessary for the existence of Good and that by performing Evil acts they become Good. It is thus better for Christians to be “free” and Evil than to be free and Good.
“What is the paradox of God and free will?
The argument from free will also called the paradox of free will or theological fatalism, contends that omniscience and free will are incompatible and that any conception of God that incorporates both properties is therefore inconceivable.”
This is logical for everyone, except for the Christians, who try to avoid this logic in the way described above, claiming that people are free “within the game”, as the apologist Frank Turek describes it, and that they do with their free will what already exists. This is, of course, a plain lie, since no one would choose physical limitations, illness, disabilities and injuries, poverty, crime, violence, suffering, and death. At least not natural, mentally and emotionally healthy people. If anyone would ever put such crosses upon themselves, it would be the crossthians who, like holy masochists, perversely enjoy suffering and sacrifice themselves to the collective delusion of pleasing god and doing his will, even with their “free will”. They express their “free will” by praying “Thy will be done, not mine!”
“What is another word for God’s will?
God’s plan, what is in the books, predetermination, what is written, kismet, predestination, destiny, fate, and karma.”
God is said to have created everything first, and then given people “free will” to do what they want. Once Everything has been created, no one can create anything. This is clear to everyone but believers. This is another perfect example of the Karmic emasculation and mockery of believers.
Finally, let’s look at the atheistic psychological theory of the unconscious functioning of human beings, which, according to Freud, argues that we do not consciously decide anything, but do everything because of drives, tendencies, and stimuli coming from the unconscious, are not even aware of this functioning, and so cannot really know why we act.
“Why free will is an illusion?
Free will is an illusion. Our wills are simply not of our own making. Thoughts and intentions emerge from background causes of which we are unaware and over which we exert no conscious control. We do not have the freedom we think we have.”
Interestingly, this is true in two ways:
1. We have no free will at all because Everything in Existence already exists, so no one is creating anything – we are just experiencing what already exists.
2. As long as we are still living according to karmic scripts, we are fully programmed to act in the way the karmic scriptwriters have laid down for us. The reasons for our actions are linked to other persons in our incarnational vertical, because to the karmic scriptwriters, we are not real beings, but only our incarnants. According to karmic theory and practice, we, for example, Earthlings, are only acting out the dramatic combinations and especially the complications of other people from other planets. Since we do not know their lives and the karmic scenarios for our lives, we cannot know exactly why we do the things we do. One possible approach is to assume that things have happened in reverse in our incarnants’ lives to what has happened in our own. Someone on a planet once charged, robbed, or hurt someone and went into karmic debt, and now someone else on Earth does the same to us, thus paying off the karmic debt. In this sense, we are just the payers of karmic debts that we never really created.
To be continued.
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