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"If God knows what we are going to do, then he has no right to
punish the wicked". Discuss.

Introduction:
In JudaeoChristian tradition, God is often described as omniscient.
This is generally used to connote a complete understanding and full
knowledge. Anselm, for example, describes God as "supremely
perceptive" (Proslogion).…

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Boethius, too, comes to the conclusion that if past, present and future
exist simultaneously for God, he can watch but not change things, as
they are already happening (all at once).

Another question which arises is how God can punish, reward or answer
prayers without responding to events that are…

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