Boethius and his omniscient dilemma
By 10moorhousej, Updated
God is omniscient, thus he must know everything. what he sees must occur.
"God foresees all things and cannot be mistaken"
God cannot reward and punish fairly
We have no freedom of judgement if God knows what we will do
God does in fact know all things, yet this does not interfere with the free will of mankind
So then, in time, things follow on from something else and we have a free choice.
God being timeless, he sees it all and knows, but he doesn't make it happen.
God sees everything at once and has peculiar knowledge. he knows what we will do but just not in time
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