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I'm really interested about Matthew 26:24 in which Jesus said that
The Son of Man will go just as it is written about him. But woe to that man who betrays the Son of Man! It would be better for him if he had not been born."
Since this verse is talking about the betrayal of Judas, it seems that Jesus is affirming the eternal fate that awaits Judas by saying that it is better if Judas is had not been born.
Why is God who is Omnibenevolent knows that Judas will be better of if he had not been born let Judas to be born?
How can we say that God is Omnibenevolent if He made a decision (creating Judas) in which He fully knows that His decision will made one of His creation fate much-much worse in the end?
PS: This question is for all of you although I have special interest for answer from christian universalism point of view, hope u guys can chip in :) Thanks!