>Kenneth D. Johnson) writes: >What an idiotic argument. You didn't create them, though you
>Kenneth D. Johnson) writes:
>What an idiotic argument. You didn't create them, though you seem to so
>foolishly think you did. God is the Creator. You have just brought them
>into the world. I get it now, though. Your comments were a joke - and a
>very poor one at that. I have little time to answer the commments of those
>not serious and who seem to be applying for a job already taken - host of
>the Tonight Show!
So let's see if I've gotten everything straight here.
1. Humans don't create life, god does.
2. Humans have free will. So does god.
3. Intercourse is prerequisite to creating a new life.
Now, you say god created my son. Here comes the important
question: when my wife and I (with our complete free will)
conceived my son, did we then force god to create a new life at
our request, or did god put the idea of a wild romp between the
sheets into our heads so that his work could be done? Did we
force god into creation, or did he force us into sex? Put another
way, if everyone on the planet decided to become celibate, would
we negate god's ability to perpetuate the species? Or would he
place unquenchable lust in our hearts to fornicate at will?
Theological discussions get me so hot...
Bob Beauchaine bobb@vice.ICO.TEK.COM
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