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If you were God...


Hypothetical, two part question. Please answer both. Part A: You have been given the opportunity to create your own world, with your own creatures. Your creatures will have free will. You love them and play with them daily. Question: What rules do you establish for your creatures to ensure their safety and serve their best interest? Part B: If you've established rules, after some time, it becomes apparent that your creatures do not have any respect for those rules. They think the rules are restrictive and they break them. What action do you take? What if they don't listen?

 

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    Lolita Monroe (LoliHey) 2 years ago

    No rules? If a creature killed others, would you just let him get away with it? What about the victim's family? Wouldn't letting them fend for themselves be heartless?


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    Lolita Monroe (LoliHey) 2 years ago

    Right, but the alternative is to not let them have free will at all, so they can't make wrong decisions. If one creature viciously killed others, wouldn't you have to punish it somehow? And yet God did that and took the punishment onto Himself.