Essay on Free Will

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CS Lewis otherwise known as ‘Jack’ wrote many children books based on Christianity and strengthened an argument that Christianity had largely forgotten – ‘The Freewill argument’. Jack argues that God wants the innocent to suffer, but many believers have lost faith because of this. Many people wonder why God wants us to suffer. In the […]

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Oedipus: Puppet of the Gods

Greek tragedy is generally characterized by a protagonist’s downfall cause by his own actions or character flaws. Sophocles’ Oedipus, however, does not fit this traditional mold. While in most tragedies the main character is a “free agent” who causes his own demise, Oedipus is merely a “puppet of the gods” who is simply a victim […]

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Theodicies

The Augustinian theodicy is from St Augustine, who based his arguments on the bible, especially the accounts of the creation and the fall in Genesis. His significant theodicy depends on two statements. One is that evil did not come from God, since God’s creation was flawless and perfect. The other, evil coming from elsewhere, so […]

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Predestination and Freewill

Predestination does non disrupt free will. Actually the two go manus in manus. Our God is such a loving God that through his Godhead will he gave us free will. God did non predestine anyone to redemption or damnation. He has the Divine precognition of who will populate a righteous life and who will follow […]

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Dualism and Determinism

It is now 21st century and people are yet to conclude the debate over the ideas that Rene Descartes, the denizen of the French philosophers, raised in 17th century through his philosophical works like “A Discourse on Method” or “The Meditations”. Through them he set out to determine the limits of human reason as means […]

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God On Trial Analysis

It is fair to say that we live in a world of hatred, wars, terrorism and murder, however how we can hold accountable one Man for all these unspeakable actions? God can change everyone’s personality so that we can not sin, except then we would not have free will.

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