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Not What I Expected Sep 7, 2005
In the 13th chapter, Mr. Leightner states that he doesn't think that God can see our future actions. He says,"It is nonsense that God should know in advance exactly what mankind would do, and then be grieved or angry when they do it, to the extent of being sorry that he had even created man." This is so unscriptural that I felt I had wasted time reading the first 12 chapters.