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Arent we all allowed free will without restraint?

  1. Jimi the greek profile image53
    Jimi the greekposted 8 years ago

    Arent we all allowed free will without restraint?

    Please visit http://jimijboyhendrix.blogspot.com/ Truly God did allow him as you pointed out.

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    artofmagickposted 8 years ago

    we have free will to a degree, however unfortunatly free will is governed by goverment and state laws, can be broken but obviously have comeback depending on the free will in question.

  3. LetusPonder profile image79
    LetusPonderposted 8 years ago

    Yes, we have free will without restraint.  God will not step in and refrain a murderer from killing.

    Of course, their are both man-made and karmic laws that an individual will have to answer to once they've acted.

  4. Mikel G Roberts profile image80
    Mikel G Robertsposted 8 years ago

    If by without restraint you mean without consequences to your use of freewill, then no, there will always be consequences to your choices or lack of choices.
    If your question was another way of saying "can't we all just get along?" then my answer is still no, because God designed us to have opposites, to have people in the world who feel "rightness" to be the opposite to what you consider "rightness" to be.

    The trick is to have mutual friends that act like insulation. Pretend your cold water and you hate hot water, but you both don't mind tepid water too much, so long as there is enough tepid water to go around, all is good. Problems arise when there isn't any tepid water, or not enough tepid water, and all that is left is cold and hot water side by side.