Why have A PLAN?

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SuperDell
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Why have A PLAN?

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God supposedly knows everything. Everyone and what they will do and how things will turn out.

If so - what good is A PLAN?
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Re: Why have A PLAN?

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I am not completely sure God knows everything and how things will turn out but assuming he does has sort of been the believers simplest assumption.

If one accepts the ideas though I do not see how that would affect whether or not having a plan is a good idea. Mr so and so decides two weeks in the Canadian wilderness without a plan is a good idea. Suppose he gets lost and dies due to planning failure. Is that changed if God knows about it before it happens? Would it not be better to be a person making good judgements about when to plan than one who does not make such judgements?

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Re: Why have A PLAN?

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A plan helps organized religion keep it together and gives em goals and stuff. Its sorta cool when the head honcho can say "Hey! We gotta plan to work with!"
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Re: Why have A PLAN?

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SuperDell wrote:If so - what good is A PLAN?

So it can be diagramed and made into a PowerPoint presentation, of course.
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