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Unless you have a supreme being in the equation, that gives individuals the same free will that he has.
Otherwise everything is just...
Why? Reasons don't lead us to determinism.
We don't even understand our reasons sometimes. We are the determining factor in the...
You understand that this kind of hyperbole language was used quite often in the Old testament in prophecies that were not about the end...
What my brain, heart, and body decide to do.
There's a lot of reasons pro and con for most every decision.
The reasons don't cause the decision.
You know, it would be easy to say to practice tough love but I don't think that's what I would do.
One of my sisters got pregnant...
It's nonsensical to say that reasons cause you to make a decision.
Nothing causes you to choose a certain path but you.
There is a vast difference between a "reason" or being "provoked" and being caused to do something.
Again having a reason doesn't cause...
Surely, this commandment that I am commanding you today is not too hard for you, nor is it too far away…See, I have set before you today...
Well that's insulting.
Because there might be 50,000 reasons, but they do not cause my decision. I do.
Because there are always multiple reasons and multiple choices among the reasons. A reason isn't a cause.
Why? You freely choose to
So? No one figures out all the factors that would go into the flip,, so it's random to them.
What is funny about thinking we have free will?