And if they are not unpredictable to God, then they would not. However,
some specifics about quantum processes may be meaningless, akin to creating
four-sided trianges and rocks too heavy for God to lift. Does anyone have
an estimate of how much specification of quantum processes is necessary to
determine larger-scale outcomes?
> [ CR: I'm sufficiently non-Calvinistic to think that "theistic action"
>makes more sense (to most people?) in our time-frame when we're thinking
>about either formative history or human history, whether the event is
>casting lots or controlling mutations. ]
Practically, how much difference is there between theistic action being
merely present and being predetermined? I should make it clear that I am
not endorsing a deistic "God wound it up precisely and let it go" but that
He is actively involved and that if He were not, nothing would exist or
happen. What I am asserting is that He was not surprised by or reacting to
anything but rather had it already in His purpose. Obviously, Armenians
will take some exception with respect to human choice, if not elsewhere in