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why free will doesn't spare God's omnibenevolence

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I agree that the opening post (if that is what "OP" means) seems disjointed and unfounded, e.g., God taking away Satan's free will.

I am not even sure how it relates to the title of the thread, "why free will doesn't spare God's omni benevolence." So yes, I guess anybody can post just about anything as there does not seem to be any clear guidelines.

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