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Posted by Mark on May 22, 2003 20:53:19 UTC

>>To bring up my last question, I want to know who has the right to give something(His creation of humanity) the complete right of choice--but in the same breath can say "you can't do this, this, and this". Can anyone explain the logic in that to me? If He wanted a perfect reality, He would have created it. I think He doesn't want puppets. But to tell someone that they have to follow your rules is controlling them in an indirect way. This doesn't make since. This feels like something a government would make up, not God.

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