I just love the way Dr. Frame puts things!
I thought this was a quote from John Frame on the problem of Libertarian Freewill. What makes it interesting is that it was in the footnote of the book rather than the main body. Here John Frame writes:
Many have argued that this kind of freedom is the ground of moral responsibility. But is that at all likely? Imagine that an atom swerved randomly somewhere in your head and made you steal $500. Would you feel guilty? More likely you would feel like the victim of a random event–like being struck by lightning. You didn’t do anything to make the atom swerve. How can a human being be blamed for a mental accident? If libertarian freedom exists, it is not the ground of moral responsibility. Rather, it destroys responsibility.”
(John Frame, The Doctrine of the Christian Life, 93 footnote 1)
It is a wonderful little illustration to describe…
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