The Doctrine of Predestination has been debated for many years. Monergism.com makes the argument that no one would choose Salvation except by God’s grace. Others have argued that God does not cause us to sin but merely allows it. I argue that not only can we not choose Salvation apart from an omnipotent God, but we cannot sin apart from an omnipotent God. If there is a God, he invented sin, not man. You cannot break the law if there is no law (Romans 5:13). Who gave us the desire to eat the fruit? Who hung it on the tree within our grasp? If you believe in an omnipotent, omniscient God, then you must believe that God wants you to sin. The Apostle Paul would disagree with me (Romans 6:15), but I believe that Paul would agree that God predestined all events that have happened and will happen.