Free Will and the Cow Theory of Language

Supposedly you’ve got free will.

That means you are supposedly in control of your life. You can effect change, learn things ( accumulate more instructions on how to live life in a free will mindset) ..and implement your will.


That also means some things supposedly can’t exist ..because you’ve got free will. That means you have certain limitations because the free will has certain properties that forbid any other existence outside of it. For instance, (without naming them all) you have to order your own mind as you go through life and that ordering in total ( of old and new, idealized will-neutral-knowledge ) is called learning. So given your time constraints, your mortality and other realities, suddenly you develop a long list of ‘Things that are Impossible’  because of an idealized process the free will must go through to be implemented and they are impossible explicitly ‘because’ you’ve got free will and ideally ‘can’t get rid of it’ within the deception of free will. There are certain things you supposedly cannot learn and cannot do because you can’t implement the knowledge you can’t learn and you can’t learn certain things because your free will is exactly as mortal as you are.

That’s why free willers ( people that think that way and have that mindset ) are famous for saying proudly “I’ve got free will!” but “I can’t”. ( a major source of suicide logic.. “I’ve got free will but I can’t use it correctly. But everybody else can! And I have to compete with them!”

To a free willer , there can’t be a speech that creates out of nothing simply by intelligently speaking itself. That would interfere with your free will should you be living in that environment in which that speech exists. You must have a speech that creates nothing and never hear any other speech. You must be maintained in that environment in perpetuity to keep saying you’ve got free will. So in order to have free will, your own speech, that literally can’t create anything at all by being spoken, must deny Jesus Christ is the Word of God and creates all the time; your speech must deny that any other speech exists but your own and that any other life is possible but your own within that idealized free will.

Cows essentially have that same theory of language. A free willer can go into a field and speak to a cow, the cow fully understands that it may not understand what was said, but the speech itself certainly isn’t going to turn it into something else. The cow may even run toward the speaker and not away. The cow has the same speech, you see: it can’t create anything. Cows are just as used to the presence of that speech as free willers are and has the same mind on that account. No matter what human speech says to a cow, a ‘moo’ in return could very well be “See? Nothing happened. I’m still a cow, thinking and doing cow things and you still have non-creating speech.”

There may even be a joke amongst cows that goes: “So this man walks into a bar. And the horse says “Why the long face?”..ha ha ha ha. See..he thought he had a completely different speech than us. Get it? And, then, ha ha ha, the bartender, the horse? ..see?”

This article simply expands a bit on the cow theory of language as if it were just plain common sense to God: Are religious texts lost in translation?

In the beginning was the word, but then the word changed. Translation has always been important in religions that seek converts. The Christian Bible has been through countless transformations in its 2000-odd year history, many of them extremely contentious.


The idea that translation can achieve perfect correspondence is a myth; a problem not least for those who claim to be literalists but use a version other than the original.

It is an old paradigm Satan has sought to push for well over many hundreds of years: if you don’t have the original text, or even if you do, how do you know what you are reading was what God actually ..intended?

See that? There is no understanding of Creating Speech/God as Word/Christ Jesus in that neat little peice of supposed logic. No Spirit of God. Only an idealized will-neutral language as a meta as an appeal to free will. In fact, ‘a’ Creating Speech cannot even exist in that logic. By the theory of language in which that “if you don’t have the original then you can’t be a legitimate believer in the text” you must reject Jesus Christ because if you don’t, you supposedly are being hypocritical to the limitations of your OWN FREE WILL.

False Christians who are told they are real Christians –and have free will– usually lose their false faith when confronted with such appeals to the false logic of free will over the long term. They are told from a thousand pulpits that they have free will “and God says it in the Bible!”, that being a Christian is the mere following of an ideal model of behavior with that idealized free will and then are told that they cannot even be sure they have God’s idealized will-neutral, non-creating word because that Word had to be filtered through thousands of other people’s free will before it got to them. Faced with the limitations of their own free will and ‘what is possible and what is not possible’ explicitly because of supposedly having a free will, and looking back through a false lens on history and on God via their ‘own free will’-ed outlook, they know it must be impossible that they have the actual Word of God ..and still have free will. See that? They were told on the supposed authority of the Word of God that they have free will and now the only thing that drives them from the Word of God is ..being locked in  a lie of free will.

Satan has bound them in hypocrisy no matter what they do: if they walk away from being a false Christian, they have been hypocritical because they have used the supposed authority of God to say they have free will, then they hang onto that one concept order to reject the very ‘Word of God’ they supposedly received it from. If they do not reject the Word of God, then the very concept they received ‘from the Word of God’ , ‘free’ will , is in essence rejecting the Word of God and proving it false and they must live with a built-in hypocrisy to their ‘faith’ in order to keep it. Satan then rushes in and says “it takes more faith to have paradoxes in your religion than without them!” The only true ‘god’ in that scenario to the deceived is a falsely idealized ‘other people’s free will’ which one cannot control ( because those other people are now long dead)  and ‘belief’ then becomes a contest over ‘who got it right back in the dark history of multiple interpretations’. It starts out with a false worship of God via human free will, then ends up in a direct ancestor worship and a worship of self as the sole Interpreter of God’s falsely idealized ‘non-creating, will-neutral, holy informations’.

God as He actually Is has no such problems: He has preserved the Scriptures with His Spirit. By the time Jesus Christ/The Word was made flesh, the books of Moses had been copied many times. It would have been easy to use that same argument and excuse the Pharisees for being ignorant of ‘God’s meanings’ when they thought they were doing well by killing Jesus Christ/Word of God. But that’s not what God Says to them:

John 8:43-48  Why do ye not know my speech? Because ye cannot hear my word.  Ye are of the devil, as your father, and ye desire to do the lusts of your father. He was a murderer from the beginning, and has not stood in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaks falsehood, he speaks of what is his own; for he is a liar and its father:  and because I speak the truth, ye do not believe me. Which of you convinces me of sin? If I speak truth, why do ye not believe me?  He that is of God hears the words of God: therefore ye hear them not, because ye are not of God.  The Jews answered and said to him, Say we not well that thou art a Samaritan and hast a demon?

And then God Says to them, in plain contradiction to the theory that they were mere victims of bad copies of Scripture, etc:

John 5:44-47  How can ye believe, who receive glory one of another, and seek not the glory which comes from God alone?  Think not that I will accuse you to the Father: there is one who accuses you, Moses, on whom ye trust;  for if ye had believed Moses, ye would have believed me, for he wrote of me.  But if ye do not believe his writings, how shall ye believe my words?

1. Moses was accusing them to the Father based on the reality that they had the real truth of God –in writing– –that he had personally written from the Holy Spirit– and they hated what they read and did not believe God. They looked for any excuse to change what was written while seeming to honor what was written.

2. Jesus Christ plainly appeals to the fact that the Holy Spirit and He had written through Moses about himself and that to dis-believe one part of written Scripture was to dis-believe all of it, no matter the ‘my favorite quote’ schemes of liars; that belief  after reading the Scriptures was not and had never been a universal benefit of all who read it but was and is a very particular gift of God and that the Pharisees had been excluded from it while making them think they had a better interpretation than God ..because they supposedly had ‘free will’ is plain.

3. Do not be deceived that the lie of human free will is some achievement of the ‘Enlightenment’; it is as old as the garden of Eden and Scripture is full of accounts of the battle between those who worshiped non-creating speech because of the supposed advantage it gave them in believe in free will and those who were blessed in Christ as Word of God.

And the reality is that when the dead sea scrolls were found, they tallied almost exactly ( with the exceptions of  literally a few marks ) with the very Bible we have today. Moses has every right to accuse unbelievers today, exactly as he was already doing against the reprobate in the day of the Incarnation of the Word of not believing in the revealed Word of God because we, as believers actually have it and have widely published it: the Word of God is doing the same thing it always does: create new creatures in Jesus Christ and does so discriminately as knowing the elect from the reprobate. The reprobate are still trying to dodge the plain Word of God with the same lies non-creating speech has always spoken against the Word of God in the very same paradigm of ‘free’ will.

Particularly in modern times however, you can easily find a parallel history of the reprobate making the same accusation against Scripture and perfect refutations of that accusation by both historical evidence and believers being born again in Jesus Christ as a on-going result of the Word of God in the world.

The Dead Sea Scrolls were supposed to be the Big Proof we now possessed a false/error-prone Bible. Then when it turned out they were evidence for the opposite, the whole subject was covered over by Satan, in exactly the same way that the bodies in Windover Florida were covered back up when it was proven they were of European ancestry, were around 6000-8000 years old, not ‘native american’ and burst the myth of ‘pre-colombian purity of native americans in America’ ; that there was a young boy who was not killed because he had a bad medical condition, but was kept alive quite beyond modern free willer notions of ‘life deserving of life’ in the Netherlands and Obama ‘Health’ Care based on falsely idealized perfect freedom of free will: he was missing one foot, and one leg below the knee that had healed and had spina bifida. They obviously had a different take on family and the value of life than the modern euthanasia crowd. Prior to finding what they did not want to find, the remains and the site were held forth as being the most recoverable and the most amount of recoverable DNA in the New World. After the evidence was in, suddenly the site was covered back up and the DNA evidence called into question by the very people who had so publicly held it up as the ‘final proof’ of the ‘native american’ hypothesis. To this day, many try to get away with saying “the native americans at Windover..”

The Dead Sea scrolls were publicly celebrated prior to their translation as that same kind of evidence against the Bible and in part held onto by the Roman Catholics in particular because they refuted their version of the Bible. After decades and literally a scandal developed over their foot dragging and obfuscation of the interpretation of the scrolls, new scholars were allowed to do the research. Now that the evidence is in, you don’t hear much about the Dead Sea Scrolls from the ‘hermeneutics’ worshipers and the free will crowd.

And so it goes: liars will always seek to repeat an old lie as if it was new and had been proven ( or was about to be proven ) ‘scientifically’ and hope they deceive the extremely inattentive.

These very same things have been going on as debate items for thousands of years, despite the free willer’s side of those arguments now missing both feet; it’s getting to be the scene in Monty Python and the Holy Grail where the defeated knight, with no legs and no arms but still has a mouth keeps yelling to the victor as he rides away “Come back and fight me you coward!”

It’s easy to say ‘read this book, and here is a link’, but most people don’t. If you have some time, I encourage you to actually take some time and read “On the Plenary Inspiration of the Holy Scriptures.” Read it a bit at the time. It’s a good lesson: written in 1850, it recounts most if not all of the false interpretation schemes you’ll ever encounter ( the Judiast “degrees of inspiration”, wherein one part of Scripture is supposedly ‘more inspired’ than another, the outright refuters such as the “might Scripture have mistakes’ accusation as above., etc.. ). Same arguments. From the same roots. Again.


1John 4:4-6  *Ye* are of God, children, and have overcome them, because greater is he that is in you than he that is in the world.  *They* are of the world; for this reason they speak as of the world, and the world hears them.  *We* are of God; he that knows God hears us; he who is not of God does not hear us. From this we know the spirit of truth and the spirit of error.

In the Name of Jesus Christ, Amen

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