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Old Feb 23, '12, 9:00 pm
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Post Does the AntiChrist have free will?

Can the Antichrist exercise free will or he predestined to be the Antichrist?

I believe in free will but this seems strange.
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Old Feb 23, '12, 9:53 pm
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Default Re: Does the AntiChrist have free will?

The antichrist is an accursed being in the vein of Judas. He does have free will, but it's limited free will in that he can only sin and will never be able to come to Christ.

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Default Re: Does the AntiChrist have free will?

It would make sense that he would have free will. How could he become the AntiChrist if not for that free will? Even Judas (although some might argue that he was fated to have betrayed Jesus) made a decision, no?
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All human beings have free will.
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All human beings have free will.
Angels have free will too. Lucifer & Co. fell by freely choosing evil.
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