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In the Name of God بسم الله

Bixxel

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  1. That's a misunderstanding. There is no reason why God must be just. He's the Most powerful and everything answers to Him. So even justice is bound by His rules only. God CAN violate justice if He wants. He doesn't violate justice because it's His absolute free will to not. He can if He wants to violate justice. He just doesn't do it, because He simply decided not to. Any arguments regarding this ??
  2. Salam, Here's the issue: I have free will to choose good or evil. But Allah knows what choice I will make. Right ? If that's true, then it means it doesn't matter what choice I try to make (because no matter what I do, Allah knows I will make X choice even though I'm trying to make Y choice). Thus X choice is imposed upon me no matter what I do... So where's the free will ?? I'm a Muslim btw. And I'vve been debating with a satanist here: https://www.reddit.com/r/DebateReligion/comments/3nnlld/how_great_of_sacrifice_did_jesus_make_if_he_knew/cvq4p1f As you can see, in the above link,our discussion goes on (keep reding that till it rreches the end), and he makes a fine argument:: "How can a person deserve eternal punishment or reward if god knew what the result would be before the creation of man?" I tried to give a reason, but I don't think it works... Can you clear this up ? Thanks.
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