Predestination

Nothing concerns humankind more than what is called the future, both in the here and in the hereafter. Some religions base their rather gloomy creed on the belief of predestination, declaring that God has destined some to be saved, others to be damned. Such fatalism is all too prevalent in the thought of mankind generally.

"What is to be will be," they frequently say, and go on their way in uncertainty. Does not this imply an unjust, tyrannical power dealing out good luck to some and bad luck to others?

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