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posted by jtsim

In reply to: Pitts: Malala's story and the will of God »

November 18, 2012

@Emperor1972: Go back and read the first line of what Mr. Pitts wrote. Read it again if you need to. We are not supposed to understand the will of God. More often than not I disagree with most of what Mr. Pitts writes but he nailed this one. Those who say that something is God's will don't know what they are talking about. We should not say that God is punishing someone when bad things happen. Maybe God is and maybe God is not. Either way it's not our call.

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