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The Fort Lauderdale Socrates Cafe Meetup Group Message Board Past Message Board › Why do we expect God to tolerate mistakes?

Why do we expect God to tolerate mistakes?

A former member
Post #: 7
Scientifically human history is a drop in a backet of time. What makes us so special that we expect God to aid and explain his creation to a society that is probably more immature then his other creations such as plants and wild animals. A meteor can easily destroy all life on earth, and statistical probability tells us that it is just a matter of time. But nuclear weapons can destroy all life on earth any day of the week so why do we expect God to care for one of his creations who misuse something as beautiful as nuclear chain reactions.
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