Remember the "rules" - it all revolves around our textbook's definition of monotheistic God, not any individual denominations. Scriptures can't be used for the because it's not specific to Jewish, Christian or Muslim.
There were a few responses, including one poor girl who didn't understand the original question and yelled at the professor for telling her to read a certain page of the book to clarify (I don't think she realizes he's the professor). The rest of the conversation went on and got us here:
Does the Abrahamic God, in order to have omnipotence (knowledge of everything that has ever and will ever happen), have to know every decision you make, or only the outcome. If you change your shirt 3 times to leave the house, does he have to know about all 3 shirts, or only the one you wear to work?
Answer by 2autisticsmom at 8:37 PM on Sep. 3, 2009
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Answer by NotPanicking at 8:50 PM on Sep. 3, 2009
Since all paths lead to god supposedly, I think only the beginning and the end are of importance and what lies in between is simply progress (LOST anyone?)
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