if your god created a perfect world, for humans, why is 78% of the atmosphere poisonous to humans, ?

and why is 71% of your planet's surface undrinkable water

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  • 1 year ago

    Yet, we're still kicking, ain't we?

    Our existence thrives on conflict and adversity.  What would drive us to survive, if there were no danger or threat to our existence?  The entire universe is sustained by an endless succession of violent collisions, eruptions, explosions and implosions; life on earth is no exception, especially in the human domain.  

    Our world is expressed as "variety" and "diversity", which is suitable for our capacity 'to choose'; hence 'freewill'.  This realm is "purgatorial", allowing the possibility for "positivity, negativity, and neutrality", as potential outcomes, and available options to select from.  

    Freewill is what allows us to operate outside "divine bounds", but not without consequences.  Without freewill, we'd all remain stuck on the levels we start out on, with no chance of progress.  This realm allows human the maximum opportunity for advancement, based on our abilities, and limitations.

    Out of His Unconditional Love, it is God's Will that we have freewill, so that we may choose Him on our own; which demonstrates that The Lord does not rule by force.  Love that has to be "forced" cannot be 'Love' at all. Thus, God does not interfere with freewill without our consent, and rob us of the opportunity to choose for ourselves.  

    All is 'perfect', if not, 'perfectly imperfect', because of a 'Perfect God'.

  • nappa
    Lv 7
    1 year ago

    God did create a perfect world , man screwed it all up.. just to let you know there is only one God and he's your's also,,one day soon your going to meet him,try telling him he's not your's and see where it gets you..

  • 1 year ago

    1. It isn't all poisonous to humans. It's just that if we had no oxygen to breathe, we would suffocate. If the atmosphere had too much oxygen in it, our lungs would sear on the insides, and we would die of suffocation, anyway.

    2. So evaporation and rainfall can occur, silly.

  • 1 year ago

    ask god on judgement day

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  • 1 year ago

    Nitrogen is not poisonous. There are bacteria that turn nitrogen into fertilizer.

    If 78% of the atmosphere was poisonous, we would be dead.

  • Anonymous
    1 year ago

    How can air be poisonous if we breathe it? We would die if the air was 100% oxygen

  • 1 year ago

    hmm...

    Why are you all the way up there?

  • Anonymous
    1 year ago

    Don't breathe!

  • 1 year ago

    I am an atheist, but I still think this question is ridiculous. Nitrogen is not poisonous to humans.

  • Anonymous
    1 year ago

    Salt is a natural cleaning agent. That would make perfect sense to have so much cleaning agent in a world full of sinful destroyers.

    And there is tons of drinking water everywhere. For those that have tried to attack the Lord, your attack is among the stupidest attempts I have ever seen. Laughably idiotic.

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