by Rabbi Adam Jacobs
by Dr. Daniel H. Frank
There is an ancient conundrum that asks "if God already knows what's going to happen, how can we possibly have freedom of choice?" Could both be true?
by Rabbi Jeremy Kagan
If free will doesn't exist, then there is no meaningful truth or morality. That's why, deep down, pretty much everyone believes in it.
by Rabbi Mordechai Becher
Many great thinkers consider the question "Why do bad things happen to good people?" to be the most perplexing question in philosophy and theology. Are there any truly good answers?
by Peter van Inwagen
How sure are you that you have free will? How would you go about proving it?
by Rabbi Dr. Benji Levy
How much of your decision-making are you actually responsible for? When it comes to making a choice, how much of it is actually in our hands?
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