did God Create Atom or atomic nuclear destru ction?

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  1. ddoingit1 profile image36
    ddoingit1posted 8 years ago

    did God Create Atom or atomic nuclear destru ction?

    Just a boy among lost logical scientific notation, God the creator the magnifency the brain of God starts the round oblongevity spherical knowledge super natural design system heaven just a prayer away among the liying dead faced regulation congressional owned parliments fabricting lossing prayers lost illusions, from the fruit of earth is the brain of mind loss restrictions, and define gravity with languages logistics pick an apple and look

  2. roxy22f profile image45
    roxy22fposted 8 years ago

    anything caused by destruction is man made, we are our own worst enemy.. I seriously don't think that god creates any form of destruction, he is the creator of all.. the creator, not the destructor! I wish I knew the correct answer. one can only wait and see how it all unfolds.

  3. Mikel G Roberts profile image75
    Mikel G Robertsposted 8 years ago

    God created both...

    Your paragraph is confusing (it doesn't make any sense to me), but my answer to your question is both.

    My beliefs about God are somewhat different from most, and I have several hubs trying to explain how I see God (what God is)...

    That God exists... By my Logic: If there is a lowest form of life... Then there has to be a highest... Humanity has named that form of life, God.

    God granted humanity freewill, and humanity has sometimes used that freewill to do and invent terrible things (like Nuclear Bombs), things I'm sure that have broken God's heart... But God being God, has allowed us to keep our freewill regardless. The evil humanity does and or allows is humanity's evil not God's.

  4. hanging out profile image56
    hanging outposted 8 years ago

    God did not make man stupid even adam had the ability to name all the animals, which meant adam understood a working alphabet and had a language. That which is made can be unmade. The action of an atomic bomb is accomplished by unmaking an atom, therefore completely feasible that, over a period of time, man would figure out how to do this.
    The question is: did the a-bomb surprise God?

  5. HOOWANTSTONO profile image58
    HOOWANTSTONOposted 8 years ago

    Ecc 1:9      The thing that hath been, it [is that] which shall be; and that which is done [is] that which shall be done: and [there is] no new [thing] under the sun.


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