I wish they did latin mass around here. We do have a very large and nice church with beautiful stained glass and a very nice altar. Best church I've been in was in the rural mountains with my grandmother, they had a very good pastor and the church itself was beautiful. I'm just not very good at self-restraint, it's a vice but I try my best. I attempt to make up for it with other deeds. >>31146401>The Lord does not delay his promise, as some regard “delay,” but he is patient with you, not wishing that any should perish but that all should come to repentance. - 2 Peter 3:9
If God had already determined that you were to go to hell, he would have no need to be patient. Anslem of Canterbury made the point that if you believed in predetermination, you would be blaming God for your condemnation, which would contradict his wholly good nature.
Also, God is not a chronological being, there is no future or past to him, simply existence and knowledge. Thus, the argument that if he knows you would do X, therefore it was always willed that you would, really doesn't fit him. It's a tricky question, wish I'd read more into it but that's generally how I view it. The other argument I've seen is that God's knowledge of what will happen does not necessarily affect the actual occurrence