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Is Human Will PERFECTLY "Free"?
(Apollonian, 24 May 11)
Alex: My observation is very simple regarding this great cultural battle we're fighting:
(a) At one level, immediate and political, it's pretty straight-forward--as u've always analyzed for us. Thus we're up against criminal conspirators who are behind that legalized COUNTERFEITING scam, the US Fed, which has nearly infinite funds, almost literally.
(b) But at the more abstract, cultural level, it really is Christian TRUTH (as Gosp. JOHN 14:6, 8:32, and 18:37) vs. lies, but these lies will always be justified in name of "good." For note Plato equated "good" along w. truth and beauty.
(c) Note then "good" depends upon the actual "freedom" of our supposed "free wills." For obviously nothing can properly justify lies against truth, truth as ideal. And truth, the ideal, is what our enemies hate. Soooooooo obviously, our adversaries want to build up the "good" excuse for overthrowing truth, this "good" dependent upon the supposed "freedom" of human will.
(d) So I only now want to present argument(s) for the non-PERFECT freedom of human will. For one thing as example, we CAN'T change our nature as sinners (self-interest)--there are some things "free will" cannot change. So there's problem w. human will--it isn't and can't be PERFECTLY "free," certainly not like God's will.
CONCLUSION: Thus the assault against TRUTH depends on "good" pretext and nature of human will, which couldn't be perfectly "free." Thanks again for all ur efforts, Alex; keep up ur great work. Honest elections and death to the Fed. Apollonian