Authors: Colin James III
Does God know or does He not know that a certain individual will be good or bad? If thou sayest 'He knows', then it necessarily follows that the man is compelled to act as God knew beforehand he would to act, otherwise God's knowledge would be imperfect. The question is tautologous. The additional sentence with the first is not tautologous and not contradictory. Therefore the paradox of Maimonides is refuted as a paradox.
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