hey guys, I'm new to the forum but I've had this thought for a while, and I feel like there must be a fallacy in it that I have yet to see, because I think there would be less christians if this was accurate. asking for input and of course, much critique with which to refine my ideas. This is referring to mainstream christianity today, because i know there are too many deferent beliefs to group them all. god created us, is all knowing, exists before and outside time, is everywhere, and judges us after death. I think those are the basic ideas. he also gave us free will. he has always existed, and he created time and space. this, I would assume, allows him to see future past and present. so he created us knowing every thought belief or action we would ever take, as he is all knowing. this is a common arguement of the non-believer who starts his arguement from the believers position that god is real. even if you have free will, it would know what you would do at any time in your life, and thus has no reason to create something only to have it predetermined for hell or heaven. it makes no sense to me that it would design us for either final destiny. it's illogical to believe that one is rewarded or punished for something god already knew you would do, and less so that the actions of 70 or so years results in an eternity of anything.