First off, I see that avoidance tactic used by you Christians here every day. Where any opposition to your arrogant false claims or mythology, you spaz out and throw out the "hate" card so you don't have to face whatever they posted that you are afraid to face. Many of us view it as a mental weakness on the part of you Christians.<quoted text>I thank you for the reply. To many people are very angry on these web sites. I know I used to get angry. Just wanted to know ur thoughts or anyone else's on pre destination. I do believe that God tells Jeremiah that he knew him before he was in his mother's womb. What would be ur interpretation. Then Paul is called a chosen vessel, of course this might go against a pre destination perspective, considering Paul was persecuting the body of Christ at the time God struck him blind on the road to Damascus. Thank u for ur insights and polite conversation.
Now I answered your question on predestination, which has nothing to do with mythology. So I'm not going to get mired into trying to explain mythology.
But as to predestination, there really is none. Free will negates that.