he_who_is_nobody said:From the YouTube:
[url=https://plus.google.com/b/103598887352402220688/118394239955009945034 said:daniel nahum[/url]"]This is how I view it:
Lets make an analogy.
Pretend that you have a book about ancient Egypt that you believe was written by a very good historian.
Given this assumption it makes sense to assume that the book has reliable information about ancient Egypt,…….. sure the author of the book could have had created a book with lies, misinformation, but in this hypothetical case, the default answer should be that the book is reliable until proven wrong.
In this analogy:
Book = Free Will / Human brain
Historian = God
However at the end of the day, both theist and atheist would have to admit that no one knows what causes “free will” and therefore we can´t make much predictions about the origin of free will.
Yea sure, assuming that a book about Egypt is accurate because it was written by a very good historian is a very stupid thing to say…..