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Introduction for book: What is and What is Not: The Battle over Free Will

Introduction for book: What is and What is Not: The Battle over Free Will

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Published by tychicus12
short introduction for book.. did you think Jesus Christ would never see it?
short introduction for book.. did you think Jesus Christ would never see it?

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Published by: tychicus12 on Jan 06, 2010
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Introduction:John 16:12-15 I have yet many things to say to you, but ye cannot bear them now.But when *he* is come, the Spirit of truth, he shall guide you into all the truth:for he shall not speak from himself; but whatsoever he shall hear he shall speak;and he will announce to you what is coming. He shall glorify me, for he shallreceive of mine and shall announce it to you. All things that the Father has aremine; on account of this I have said that he receives of mine and shall announceit to you.The time for belief in free will is passed; with its passing comes growth inChrist beyond what was not possible to say to a group of people deceived theycould believe and do whatever they wanted to whenever they wanted it.The consequences of a belief in human free will are devastating. Yet it is themost popular belief in the whole world in any tongue of men and literally not aminute passes that somewhere, someone is specifically affirming human free willfrom the web, a podium, tv, magazine or radio in all areas of life. Not a sportsevent passes without a player beating his chest or raising his or her arms in thesupposed display of his/her personal power over their opponent. Almost everycommercial that markets a religion, ideology, politician, product or serviceappeals specifically to the supposed free will of the viewer and to the notion ofsaving that freedom from an aggressor or expanding that freedom for a better life.The presumption is that free will hasn't merely been proven to exist, but 'soproven' that to even doubt it is a kind of heresy against the human race and/oragainst God. Almost every major religion affirms that men have free will in oneform or another; the belief in free will is the one meta that unites them all asone, large, false religion. The saying of false religion that 'all paths lead toGod' really means 'all paths prove human free will'. Their presumption is thatthey have chosen to believe in free will --as an act of will-- and it is preciousto them and that if you try to take that belief in free will from them, you areattempting to steal something invaluable both from them and from all of mankind.The religions that do not affirm a specific free will, seek to surreptitiously( in code, by calling it something else ) proclaim an escape from the notion ofhuman free will via an escape from being the self and entitle that escapeEnlightenment or Ascension. Those religions are affirming how intertwined thedeception of free will is to men: it is to some the archetypical expression ofhope and of God's supposed benevolence while to others is the one thing that is sointertwined to the human spirit that if they can escape it, that escape is theproof of not being human any longer, but of 'Ascending' to a higher plain ofexistence in the guise of 'losing self consciousness' and thus notions of freewill. The one laughs at the notion of those who would supposed 'make robots' ofhuman beings by denying free will and the other is tired of the guilt of not beingable to be a robot and the continued inability to always do the ideal behaviorrequired to get to paradise via those other religions.(It is then an easy thing to see that the dichotomy of the Lord of the Rings isan essay praising eastern mysticism while supposedly denigrating 'the east': thebad guy wants to get all the free will for himself ( as if it existed at all andwere a resource that could be extracted from others.. ) and the good guys areseeking to destroy 'evil' by destroying the notion of free will in Mt. Doom bydestroying the 'power' of the one who puts his hope in abilities other people'sslavery to the belief in free will can deliver to him. The one wants to 'use it'as if it could be stolen or misused minus its personal insights and the other isseeking out-from-under the notion of free will itself. )
It is then plain that while you may think human free will exists, and you may havethe comfort of a lot of other people affirming that you do, you are not free tojust stop believing that in an instant, especially in front of others who areessential guardians of the notion and genuinely constitute the priest class of thedeception. It is both an ability issue and a safety issue. While those religionsthat seek to get to an Enlightened state of dis-belief in free will say they haveobtained it or that at least they know of someone who used their system and madeit Out, it is obvious that they have not. It is obvious that somewhere, someoneunderstood the difficulty of getting out of a belief in free will; they understoodjust how free they would actually be if they could simply stop believing they werefree to do whatever they pleased even in some limited way. Yet, just as those whoare guilty in false religion are made guilty because they fail to be a robot anddo the ideal behaviors perfectly ( and that exact guilt is the power of the priestclass and is essential to the survival of that religion ) and yet assumed theyhad the free will to do those behaviors and are constantly told that they do, theothers mourn over the inability to stop believing in free will and the inabilityto be a robot that performs the particular trick of getting out of a belief infree will. Even as both make fun of Calvinism for supposedly making menideological robots, they wish they really could be a robot in some fashion.But of course, no one can be a robot. It can't happen. There's the rub.You can get into a battle over free will that is essentially gainsaying what theother person has just said. It basically goes "Yes you do!" ( have free will )only to hear "No you don't!" and thus the whole understanding of why the deceptionof human free will is necessary for some to maintain power over others and whybelief in free will is non-Christian and demonic is reduced in the public mind tothe mere gainsaying of another's belief system for one's personal satisfaction.The theory of the day is that basically, if you do not affirm free will for humanbeings, you only do so because you are a mean person and a bigot who hates theidea of generic freedom dispersed to all of men and/or you are simply a querulousperson that loves to be involved in debate as a hobby ..as an expression of yourfree will. In addition, anyone who is arguing for free will is assumed to be akind of altruist who loves mankind and is simply an explorer for truth who has noother reasons for maintaining the deception of free will at all costs.This book is written to all those who ever wondered if free will actually exists,want to get beyond the gainsaying, manipulation and the politicization of theargument as its own sport and see what the result of the mere belief in free willis doing as a consequence, if anything.It is indeed having consequences. Despite the love of many of merely repeating"There is no point in knowing if free will exists. Determinism says that the samething will happen to me anyway!" the deception of free will drives its ownconsequences: those consequences are exclusively a product of a belief in freewill. True determinism in Christ is not an iron band of inevitability save only insalvation and reprobation. The false determinism that those within the lie ofhuman free construct is fatalism: they make fun of it as supposedly a product ofCalvinism and yet those deceived they have free will are the only fatalists thatcan exist.The consequences of the lie of human free will abound in every area of life:1. The spirit and soul2. Science and mathematics3. Language and all languages touches4. Security and the military5. Politics and government

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