Originally Posted by impaul99
This is one way it could be achieved. Does anyone know any other ways to accomplish this hypothetical scenario? This isn't meant to be a discussion about whether we have free will or not. I'm more interested in discussing the possibilities IF there is a God and he has 100% free will to do anything.
How would he be able to experience what it feels like not to have 100% free will while still being able to come back to 100% at some point?
Ontological Proof of God: "God is that which there can be no greater"
A God with 100% free will and 0% freewill is greater than a God with just 100% free will. God is a wholly illogical concept, which is why approaching the situation rationally leads to mysteries, inconsistencies, etc.
Simple Answer: God isn't confined to the box under which your Mind operates
Personally though, I believe in Determinism (though I don't always recognize it or act like it). Which if Free Will does exist, would be the conscious choice to deny Free Will.