I regularly post on our local newspaper forum. Recently a new poster joined and has posed some questions noone seems to be able to answer to his satisfaction. I will copy his post here and I'd appreciate any help...if not, I understand. Many thanks in advance. (If I do reply to him and use your info, I will give you credit if you'd like...or, if you care to answer him yourself, I can pm you the website). ***This is the post: "It is incredible to me that fundamentalists know what is wrong with everyone else's religion but they can't logically explain their own. In my questions about God vs. Evil all I got in the way of answers from the fundamentalists was the standard irrational nonsense which amounted to "I don't know". Hopefully I will get some logical answers to my next question. If I don't then I will assume that every time I scratch the surface of a fundamentalist all I actually end up with is an agnostic. Fundamentalists believe God is all knowing. I would hate to think anyone who believes in God would say God's knowledge is limited. That would make no sense at all and would indicate God is not allmighty. So if God knows everything...past, present and future then God knows what you will do in the next second, in the next minute, the next hour, the next day and so on and on. Since God knows every act you will commit before you commit it and you can't change what God already knows then you are bound to do exactly what God knows you will do. Which eliminates the notion of free will and therefore eliminates the idea of judgment. Would someone care to explain away that dilemma?"