By Christopher Fisher
I was asked via a Facebook group: Refute the argument about the barometer.
The author is confused. He wants to make a video about free will and then compares the prediction to if it will rain or not (something that is not dependent on free will but by physics). That is a point towards fatalism and NOT what he is trying to prove.
He wants to say “look at this object that predicts x, and does not cause the event.” See, God can predict x and not cause it. But what he fails to take into account is free will. God says “You will cook with people poop”, and God’s prophet says “Howabout I cook with cow poop instead.” and God says “Yeah, do that instead.” Ezekiel 4:15
See also: God Yields Instantly
video is private?hmmm
Wow, maybe my criticism on Facebook made him reconsider.