If God knows your fate, and you don't, you might THINK you have free will, because you cannot see into the future. But the fact remains that your fate is already known to God. So you cannot do, say, or think anything that differs from what God knows you will do. You not knowing the future just means you aren't aware that you have no free will.<quoted text>Alright. But I nor the verse never call him a fool. the verse say [foolish] questions, not the one that ask, but the question.
Even if God knew everything you would do before you do it, the fact that you don't know means you exercise free will.
I no see why it so hard.
Correct. If God created the universe and fate, then God is both omnipotent and omni-responsible. Everything is the responsibility of God. What can be outside of the responsibility of an all=powerful God?You putting the onus on God, instead of you.
How do you know whether God is Triune or not? The Bible?Because Christ, is part of the Triune God. So Jesus knew how his life would turn out, before he even came to earth in human flesh.
But neither one of you is part of the Triune God. And since you not part of the Triune God, you are free to choose.
What if one of those illiterate tribe members asked about God being Triune or not? Are you going to toss the Bible away and tell them that doesn't matter? This is an example of what I meant about the Bible being a necessary foundation of Christianity.