- Oct 25, 2016
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For following Satan's orders?Otherwise I burn in hell for all eternity. That's not free will. Don't you agree?GOD only asks that you believe that Jesus died and arose again for you.Nice way to change the subject, lol. If we don't follow god's orders, we burn in hell forever. Now how is that free will?GOD is who HE is. He cannot change. GOD demands perfection. If you are not perfect you cannot come into GOD's presence without dying. This is the result sin caused. However, when JESUS went to the cross HE paid the penalty. Now when GOD the Father looks at us, if we have accepted JESUS as our Savior, GOD looks at us through HIM and sees HIS perfection.No, it won't be of my own making, god has decided what happens to me if I don't follow him. That's not free will.If you do not accept the Lord as your Savior, your eternity is of your own making. Your will be done.So I was right, if I don't follow god, I burn in hell. That's called free will for some reason. Pretty crazy stuff.Not exactly... It means one has choices, and every choice comes with obligations. One either allows GOD to deal with those obligations, or one accepts to deal with them alone. Hell is the result of accepting to deal with the obligations alone. The Morning Star (Lucifer) will eventually reside in hell because he wants to be GOD. And hell will remain hell because Satan is incapable of creation and because he hates humanity.It means you have the free will to do as your told, otherwise you go to hell.So, what is the meaning of the word free in the term free will?
Free will is a term used very often in religious works, as well as in psychology and in psychiatry. Probably also in many other areas related to medicine and even in politics.
So, what is free will?
My two penny worth is, that free will is the number of combinations in which a person or anything can exist in. Everything that exists has a structure. The number of combinations that that structure can be put together in, is its free will. For people, as well ad things, alike.
But what is all the other definitions for free will?