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obamakia obamakia 31-35, M 12 Answers May 28, 2011

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i would think if you believe in god that would be a very true statement

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Answered like a gentleman

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This is not a question.

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which god?

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Sure the citizens of the various cities he's destroyed along with all the flood victims, children he's struck down and various other people would agree with that statement totally.

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Even satan believes in God. For he was a fallen angel.

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I agree

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I agree

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Evil is relative. There were a lot of things done in the Old Testament that if I did them now I would be called "evil" by Christians. The only way your statement is true is if you define "evil" to mean going against God, which makes it rather redundant.

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I have to not agree with that in some respect. I have no doubt that GOD does work in mysterious ways and GOD's light is one of pure love, therefore does not act in evil or wishes evil upon mankind. <br />
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However, I do think GOD created Evil. You see, GOD is omnipotent and encompasses all that is...which includes Good and Evil. GOD created both good and evil. I know that's sound crazy but I think he did so in a loving way, so that we could experience both. <br />
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Only in experiencing evil can we truly determine who we are in respect to it. Only in seeing evil can we fight it. <br />
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If the world only had 'Good' where would that leave the peacekeepers, the legislators, the saviours, the seers? <br />
If our souls only experienced the purity of Goodness, how does the soul grow?<br />
Our souls only grow and advance from the experience of seeing Evil and turning away from it.

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If god exists, that can't be true.

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I know.

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