Sorry, that's what I meant; should have been more careful knowing that you would be answering with all your expertise. A lot of us on the board were contending that the idea that an enternal god that created everything and knew everything would necessarily put responsibility for your actions on it, not on you. There would be no way to escape the fact that it created you and knew exactly what you would do, and that for that being, the passage of time would be irrelevant, thus your life would be laid out like a picture and you'd really have no say in it despite the illusion of it being so. What is theology's simplest answer to this? Thanks a lot for your contributions.