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So, here's something I've concluded. If we start with the idea that everything, from physical events to our thoughts, has been and will be caused by the action of something else, we can extrapolate the entirety of the history of the universe and it's contents could be predicted by the conditions of it's creation. Thus, an omniscient God will know every decision every human will make in their lifetime, and will have in turn caused them to happen as a result of his creation of the universe. Therefore, from God's perspective, free will does not actually exist, since all human interaction is a product of God. Therefore, God judging a human for his actions is not a valid judgement. Thoughts?

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