Evangelical christian “free will” and conundrums…
The concept evangelical christian free will and its logical conundrums.
If we were meant to have “free will” so we would not be robots and would actually choose to love him, (which appears to be the usual reason given for the requirement for free will especially when used to justify evil/suffering in the world) then we need to put aside a couple of logical conundrums.
1) If free will is a requirement what about those who do not have such a choice? (children underage and the mentally challenged)
If they are going to heaven to be with god, why is free will needed for anyone?
2) putting number one aside….
We have the heaven /hell issue. Would anyone who is truly capable of believing in such a place choose to go there?
It seems a rhetorical question.
How is offering heaven and hell offering free will?