First of all, you skipped the 6-year old with terminal cancer example. I'm sure you have a valid reason for doing so.
Yes. He could live in a house full of carcinogenic mold. Not his choice.
And god doesn't alleviate this terminal cancer that the 6-year old has because...?
And he is impeding the woman's free will. She has less free will, and god apparently doesn't really care.
Oh he cares a lot. Even More than you do. "The man has more power than the woman" is the key part in this particular case power not free will. And this is evolution right? survival of the fittest? Isn't that why men has more power than women and can force their will unto some of them?
God created Adam and Eve equal, their sin made them different.
Little by little society is growing back to this state when men are equal to women. Don't you agree?
Why did you capitalize the word 'more' above?
Regardless, I'm not exactly sure what your point is with the above. And I'm really not sure that we're using the word 'care' in the same way. Because if person A
would stop a rape in progress and person B
stop a rape in progress, then I would say that person A
was a more caring person than person B
. I'd feel even worse about person B
if he told me he wouldn't stop the rape in progress because he wouldn't want to impede on the rapist's free will.
why wouldn't god just sorta *poof* the rapist away? The rapist made and was able to fully decide to act to commit rape.
That is against the rapist choice a choice that he made freely.
Which choice? In my example, god is totally
letting the rapist decide to 'rape' or 'not rape'. That choice isn't being taken away from the rapist.
I'm rather sure that being raped
was against the woman's choice, in the same way that I'm rather sure that getting terminal cancer
was against the 6-year old's choice.
And you dismiss the question with this answer.
No dismissal. You are talking about stuff that does not exist (yet) these things would exist in a perfect world (like the one of the Eden Garden) But now we don't have them. It's our punishment, living and dying and being "trapped" by laws of physics.
So I think you need to better explain what you mean by 'free'.
Freedom of choice. Free to chose. Does that help?
I didn't choose to be 'trapped' by the laws of physics. I DIDN'T EXIST YET
. According to you, the entirety of humanity
is suffering the consequences for actions that none of us had any choice over
. You can claim that god is a supporter of free choice all day long, but you keep coming up with these excuses and defenses that sound like an entity that doesn't give a sh*t
about freedom of choice.
Misfortune happens "like that". I believe that it is the devils work but hey I'm a christian
So the devil can do 'bad sh*t' to people against their
free will. Maybe like give a 6-year old terminal cancer or some such. The devil can do 'bad sh*t' that reduces peoples freedom, like perhaps a debilitating birth defect. And god does nothing in response.