Premium Content Milton's God: Divine Providence versus Free Will
By Anonymous - October 02, 2008
In an attempt to defend both divine providence and free will, Milton’s God justifies the inherent discrepancy between destiny and free choice. Supporting the belief that Man is created with sufficient qualities to withstand on his own, Milton’s God effectively detaches himself from the implications of Man’s fall upon Adam and Eve’s eating from the…
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