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No, and that is because determinism and predestination are two different things. I haven't watched the video, but imagine it has to do with quantum physics showing true randomness (as opposed to some hidden variables that we just can't observe). That means there is no determinism in the strict sense. The idea of determinism is that there is a fixed state ...


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I see three questions beneath your one question, and I will handle them each separately. Are Calvinists allowed to disagree with Calvin? First of all, they get their name from him because they are believed to be in accord with him on most/all doctrine, not because they get their doctrine from him, although he is of course a highly esteemed and respected ...


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From wikipedia (great source, I know): Predestination Predestination, in theology, is the doctrine that all events have been willed by God. Predeterminism Predeterminism is the idea that all events are determined in advance. Predeterminism is the philosophy that all events of history, past, present and future, have been already decided or ...


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Lots of problems with this: Firstly, he has an interpretation of the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle that is either totally wrong, or horribly misleading. The Uncertainty Principle merely states that by our act of measuring the particles, we influence the particles so that there is no way to know for certain what state the particle was in before it was ...



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