“Can a person be said to freely choose in the context of necessity? Are there any non-necessary choices ever made?“
Sin is not voluntary because all men sin.
There must be a cause to sin because all sin – for if we sin voluntarily then some must not sin, but because all sin, it is therefore not voluntary – for there cannot be an uncaused cause (except God).
Helping Question: If sin is voluntary, why do infants (who do not sin by choice) die?
What do you feel Joe “Christian” is waiting for? What holds Christians back from living a life sold out for Christ?
I thought it would be nice for each of us to post a quote from a book we are currently reading. And as we change books or come across something that impacted us, we can post it for everyone to read.
I posted one below from John Owen.