L Ža c c i d e n t

was that

"un accident"?

a true mistake,

that GOD

gave Mankind

100% free will?


should the so called

free will

have been restricted?

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Written on 2017-04-21 at 12:47

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Lawrence Beck The PoetBay support member heart!
I believe in neither God nor free will, but this notion always has intrigued me. How does someone who believes reconcile these contentions? God is good. He allows me to pursue activities which will cause me to be cast into Hell to endure eternal damnation. That isn't something that a good God would do, unless, of course, that God isn't all-powerful,
in which case, He's probably not worth bothering with.

one trick pony The PoetBay support member heart!
Just as we have have free will, we have regret. Both are phenomena of our human nature, God given or factors of physiology. We also have choice, which I suppose is a variation on free will, but I think choice better fits our actions.

Ashe The PoetBay support member heart!
That is a very interesting thought, but I believe it is "free will" with whatever dangers it might bring is what sets us apart from the rest of the animal kingdom. Without free will we would be slaves to others, or to ourselves. I always enjoy the brevity and levity of your poetry. Free-will, please! :)

Having said that, I believe that there are certain people in power who believe "free-will" applies to them being able to do whatever they want. They should have never been granted power.