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Jim June 5, 2019 at 3:10 pm

Judas had to fulfill prophecy. For him to not have betrayed the Lord would have meant that the prophecy concerning Judas was not true which would destroy the bible.
Judas had no free will.

Jack Wellman June 5, 2019 at 4:45 pm

Hello Jim. It is not so much “free will” as it is “human responsiblity.” Judas is still responsible for the choice he made…and God sovereignly allowed. Satan entered Judas, but Judas allowed himself room for Satan since he was not a believer from the beginning….but no one twisted Judas hand as he put it out for the 30 pieces of silver….the going rate for a slave in that day. Thank you for your comment sir.





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