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  1. And the THEOS decreed that Adam would infallibly eat the fruit
    And the THEOS knew that he would not permit Adam to disobey the infallible decree
    And the THEOS then commanded Adam not to eat the fruit – at pain of death
    And the THEOS knew that he would not permit Adam to disobey the infallible decree

    And the THEOS decreed that Cain would infallibly not do well
    And the THEOS knew that he would not permit Cain to disobey the infallible decree
    And the THEOS mislead Cain to believe he was was free to do well
    And the THEOS knew that he would not permit Cain to disobey the infallible decree

    Ditto from Genesis to Revelations

      1. It is funny isn’t it!
        There are Calvinists who believe God does not have Libertarian Freedom
        He is determined by his nature.

        But you are totally insightful Christopher!
        From my observation – Calvinists all want some form of “mere” permission.
        Which logically resolves to Libertarian freedom

        They simply apply a label on a bottle: “Determinism/Compatibilism”
        While what is hidden inside is actually Libertarian in nature.

        It is a physical impossibility to move an object forwards and backwards at the same time.
        Likewise to predestine a person’s choice to be YES and NO at the same time.

        Therefore Calvin’s god is limited to “rendering-certain” only one human choice.
        Which leaves the OPENNESS of alternative options as ILLUSIONS.

        Which logically eradicates the human ability to affirm TRUE vs FALSE via rational reasoning.

        Dr. John Searle – Professor Emeritus of the Philosophy of Mind and Language – Berkeley
        -quote
        “Rationality must be able to make a difference
        And Rationality only makes a difference where there is the possibility of irrationality.
        Therefore rational activity logically presupposes Libertarian functionality. (Rationality in Action:2001:202)

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