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neofrancis neofrancis 26-30, M 13 Answers May 25 in Community

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I find myself more and more leaning toward Rorschach's view from Watchmen: "This rudderless world is not shaped by vague metaphysical forces. It is not God who kills the children, not fate that butchers them or destiny that feeds them to the dogs. It is us. Only us."

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Nice!

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I would disagree. I think even God has his limits.

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If me being sexually assualted was gods will then god can go choke on battery acid.

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It's a fifty/fifty split as I see it. If you follow guide his will shall be done for you, but if you chose to do it your way many times you get the results of what you asked for. Some times he intervenes and sometimes he lets you learn from your mistakes.

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50 / 50.. thanks! :)

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No, your own will

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No, god does not exist and therefore can not will anything to happen. What happens happens out of a mix of chance and causality.

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You mean Odin's will? yeah.

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no you have to make a choice and if you pick the right way that is God's will

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It you are the one making the choice, how is it Gods will?

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his will is a path for your life it is your choice to follow that path

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God allows it to happen. That does not necessarily mean it was Gods will for it to happen or God caused it to happen.

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If it is, then God must be very angry with me for some reason.

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Cause and effect is one thing humans have totally forgotten about in todays world....

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Given the fact that god doesn´t exist, of course not.

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