The absence of human freedom contradicts the existence of a god

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Parent debateThis argument is used in the debate Does God exist?.
Argument againstThis argument is a “con” argument in the debate Does God exist?.
Keywords: God, free will, determinism[ edit ].


If God existed and "judged" men, they should be free. But they are not. So there is no God-judge.



Arguments forJustifications

  • Argument forThe more we learn about man, the more determinisms we discover.
  • Argument forMan is genetically determined
  • Argument forMan is determined by his social and cultural environment
  • Argument forMan is determined by his early childhood
  • Argument forMan is determined by the historical period in which he finds himself
  • Argument forFree will is an illusory sensation

Arguments againstObjections

  • Argument againstMan is free
  • Argument againstThe quantum particles that make up the brain are indeterministic
  • Argument againstThere's always an unexplained element of freedom
  • Argument againstMan chooses between several determinisms
  • Argument againstWe are obliged to live as if we were free: determinism is unbearable.

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