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trev23 trev23 22-25, M 15 Answers Jan 28, 2012

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It's not god ... it's humans

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yes. humans are responsible for one another.

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rethink this question and come back and repost. God isnt doing a damn thing.

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exactly my point why isnt he?

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depends on whom or what you believe your God is.

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or where you belive his/hers/its responsibility ends

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exactly

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It isn't because it doesn't exist they are dieing from bad weather, human cruelty and a Muslim government that uses starvation as a weapon.

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dam those muslims, killing and invading and arming other nations

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HA

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If you want to believe that it is the work of a spiteful god then that is your choice. That answers nothing since there is no way for you to get your god to change it's ways.

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If God existed, it would be responsible for sure. No argument against that point.

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If you believe in God as I do, you understand he gave us free will.

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but why create a species with the tendancy to sin, then give them free will, then punish them for sinning, then create hell so that they can never be forgiven.. if you are omnipotent, sounds like a magelomaniac to me

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And he gave you the freedom to think exactly that : )

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shocking

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Looks like in your opinion poor God is guilty either way.

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well you in my opinion if you are omnipotent then you are omni-responsable

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Ok, God is guilty as charged. Now what?

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thats not my perogative. thats up to the fairy judges and jury that also live in magical marshmallow cloud land.

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God has nothing to do with it

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Ummmm..... "God" as a dualistic idea, Christian idea can't "DO" anything. "God" ideas paired with people who take it to heart "DO" charity work in Africa. I personally sponsor African refugee orphans. "God" itself is everything that exists... Including all of those African children whose bodies die. "God" isn't a "He", nor a "Him.". "God" is not dualistic, not separate from the energy that makes up the finite and infinite. Human beings kill and heal.... Human being beat the war drum and fire the guns. Human beings supporting African warlords keep vital medicines, supplies, and food from getting to the ones who need it the most. If you saw an African "soldier" who supports some warlord, killing someone, would you ask: "Why is God murdering these people?". This is what this question makes me visualize and both the visualization and the question igniting it seem ludicrous to me.

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if that is the case then what is the purpose of the bible. surely instructing others to do is equal to doing yourself?
and i am not being literal i am implying that god could (if he were omnipotent) stop innocent children being mercilessly slain by a disease he/she/it created

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BluOmni , I guess I must have missed something here, where was the question asked " what is your definition of god?"?

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I would say we are responsible. Warlords are responsible, Religion that justifes all kinds of crazy **** is responsible.

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i would agree, but it makes for a much less enticing title :)

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We allow it to happen...and God isn't around to fix it

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Maybe there isnt such a thing as God

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What has God to do with this? It's their own goverments who are sqandering the money.

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scouser

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MANC

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