If we have free will is God still on the hook for all the pain in the world?
Absolutely not. Human beings not only have freewill but also the ability and capacity to abolish all pain in the world. Just the facts. Yes you can but you choose to not do it and take away all the pain in the world. Have it your way and do not blame GOD who on August 1, 1982 A.D. a Sunday morning shown me in a vision the other side of death. It is glorious.
Choices create good and bad consequences.Sometimes it falls on others by our bad choices.Don't blame God for everything wrong in this world.
Pain, suffering, disease, death are all brought on by the sins of man. There was no pain, or suffering, or any other ungodly thing in the Beginning. Man was not meant to die when God created the Earth, thats how the lion and the sheep where able to lay together. God intended for us to be vegetarians, Genesis 1:29-30. Only after Adam and Eve ate of the Forbidden Tree was death introduced Genesis 3:19. Pain is brought on by our own sinful ways.
I think we should share the blame for the pain in the world with GOD if there is free will. God causes the big disasters because GOd controls all of nature according to the word. Humans cause each other pain because we choose to do so when we do not care about others. I would not blame God if I have caused anyone pain. I take responsibility for my actions because I think I have free will most days.
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by RFox 10 years ago
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