Hi there closest friend. Your post seems to picture Eve tempting Satan instead of the other way around, though I'm sure that is not what you meant. Anyway, please refer to my reply to Rick Parker. Your position is similar to his. Blessings.
God does not save everyone. That is more directly connected to his power. Yet we do not say it means his power is limited. In the same way, God not knowing everything about the future does not mean his knowledge or power is limited.
As far as I can see, there is nothing in the bible that says God knows EVERYTHING about the future. It is just something we believe a God should know. But we should let God be what he tells us he is and not what we want him to be.
The case of Adam is crucial. How did God know for sure that Adam would eat the fruit? Only if he knew that Adam would not be able to resist Satan's temptation. But that means God did not design Adam so that he COULD resist Satan's temptation. It is hard then to blame Adam for sinning. Therefore, I don't believe God knew for certain that Adam would eat. Indeed, I believe God hoped that Adam would be obedient and not eat.
I believe God did design Adam with the ability to resist Satan's temptation. And he did not impose difficult demands on Adam either. After all, not eating from one tree out of possibly hundreds does not seem like a difficult command to obey. If we did not know the ending, I believe many would expect Adam to be able to obey. Therefore, him eating the fruit was the unexpected outcome. But he did. And so he can be held responsible for his action.
The Seekers lounge is for the unbeliever,,,,,,the replies cannot get posted until they are moderator approved so it takes quite a while,,,,,,,
It is very nice of you to want to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving,why don't you post it where more people will see it & can reply,,,,,,,"Absolutely Positive" would be the appropriate Forum
a Happy & Blessed Thanksgiving to you Love<kwik