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Avoid foolish questions, genealogies, dissensions, and disputes about the law. These things are unprofitable and vain

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sheep 07/18/2017 (Tue) 14:06:03 [Preview] No. 65
What questions would you ask Jesus given the chance?
I suppose I should like to know whether or not everything was always going to turn out the way it did, or whether I could conceivably have lived a better life.
I would love to know how to interact with him more personally and often, and be aware of when he is speaking to me.
Why does Ezekiel abandon us?!
That question asks the question of free will itself
I suppose it does, but not in the same way as just asking 'Do we have free will?', because the answer to that is obviously 'Yes!'. I think that this question is a little more nuanced. Given that Christ exists outside of time, he doesn't see and experience things happening in the same linear fashion that we do. He knows everything that is, and was, and is to be. Just because he knows what decision I will make, doesn't mean I don't have the free will to make it at the time that I am experiencing it.
Are we predestined or do we have free will?
Particularly stupid question that's been on my mind: Are there computers in heaven?

Chuck Missler talks about this very topic:

How to walk on water
which denom is the truest church.
why are the majority of catholic priests homosexual?


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