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Re: God Is Just. Wherefore, Who Are You To Say?

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Posted by LegendLength/">LegendLength on February 7, 1999 06:02:01 UTC

: God is all knowing, did he not know the path : "adam and eve" would take? And if he didn't, : why would he roll the dice in his creation? : And if he did, why would he not create beings : that would under all circumstances not sin and : ruin the perfect paradise? The bottom line is, : evil could have been prevented, it could be : stopped, and it definilty isn't what god wants...

Some might say he is testing us. If he is, then it seems like a sick little game he's playing; Creating us, then testing us, then sending us to heaven or hell depending on whether or not we believe in him (without first hand proof).

If nature has taught us and all life one thing, it's that we should never take things by faith. The wild environments for the whole spectrum of animals and plants are routinely _punished_ for not analyzing their environment objectively.

How could he have created this dog eat dog place for us then expect us to believe in him and not all of the other falsehoods or else go to hell for a good .. say.. infinite years.

These fairy tale's we call heaven and hell are getting a bit old.

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