I think you're wrong there, Bobbi. Didn't jesus say,' within a day, one of you will betray me.'? Sounds preordained to me, plus the fact that Only one betrayed him. wanna argue against predestiny? Jesus also said, "I knew you before you were born."<quoted text>
Strictly as a theological point, Judas DID have a choice, actually two choices. He chose to betray Jesus, and afterward when he realized that he had betrayed innocent blood, he had a choice whom he could ask for forgiveness. He chose the Pharisees, and as we know, found no comfort there.
So, if J knew someone was going to do it, isn't it obvious that he also knew who would do it. And wouldn't that also prove predestiny?
Just noodling here.