No, YOU do not use get so absolute about the words used because you live in a grey world. The variety of meanings of a single word doesn't constitute a grey area because when the word is used in context, the word and meaning become black and white.<quoted text>My point is, and was all along, in the way we use language, we do not usually get so absolute about the words used. Language is dictated by the common use of words, not necessarily the absolute extreme of the word.
Your absolutism makes conversation difficult if not impossible.
Slavery is so little of a choice, anyone claiming slavery was a choice by the slaves would be looked at as if they were an idiot or crazy.
So when I said god was not really giving people a free choice, I see it as the slaves had no real choice.
Again, a difficult or impossible conversation with you is because you live in a grey world.
Yes, the slaves had no real choice but a choice none the less. Anyone who doesn't know the meaning of choice is an idiot or crazy. Anyone claiming slavery wasn't a choice has simply been indoctrinated.