> Now, if neuroscience says free will is an illusion, what does that imply about God? I don't think that doesn't imply anything. Consider two possibilities: In one world you are just a natural phenomenon, you and whatever you think and do is basically determined by neurons and randomness, in the other world you have free will. How could you find out whether you are in world one or two? So, just take your pick and approach the original question again. My claim is that it implies nothing if you are not second guessing god. A 'good' god would not put you in world one he would put you in world two.