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"If God controls everything and knows all that has or will happen (right down to each and every choice we make) free will is called into question"
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The argument from free will, also called the paradox of free will (or theological fatalism) contends that omniscience and free will are incompatible. Any conception of God that incorporates full knowledge of all things past present and future is inherently contradictory with free will. See Everett, Nicholas, The Non-Existence of God, Routledge, ISBN-10: 0415301076 (2003); See also, Martin, Michael, and Monnier, Ricki, The Improbability of God, Prometheus Books, ISBN-10: 1591023815 (May 2006); See also Barker, Dan, The Freewill Argument for the Nonexistence of God, Freethought Today, (August 1997) http://ffrf.org/legacy/fttoday/1997/august97/barker.html.. Laplace's demon is a hypothetical "demon." It was posited in 1814 by Pierre-Simon Laplace. It goes like this: if that demon could know the precise location and momentum of every atom in the universe at any one instant, then it could use Newton's laws to reveal the entire course of all cosmic events of the past, present, and future.
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