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Posted by Chris Duncan on October 2, 2002 20:01:30 UTC

Could you please elaborate on how God's actions might be "restrained"? Being omnipotent, the only thing I can think of to restrain His actions would be Him restraing Himself so as to give us free will. Is that what you meant?

Also, would you consider describing God as Creation? If so, he would have created everything, including those parasites.

My personal belief is that God created creation(big bang) and is letting nature take its course, kinda like watching the ultimate movie!

Warm Regards,


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