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“I’m not a religious person so I can’t speak to the theology here, but as a logical person I can only hold my head in my hands and moan. God doesn’t make mistakes but he didn’t intend for a rape to happen. It’s God’s will but sometimes bad things happen. All of this is supposed to be true simultaneously. I’m sorry, if it’s God’s will and he doesn’t make mistakes then he must have intended the rape as well as the pregnancy. You can’t have it both ways and say he is omnipotent and all powerful and let him off the hook on half that equation while you insist that the pregnancy is inviolable because God intended it. This doesn’t matter to me because I am not a believer and I don’t care what “God’s will” is supposed to be. But for anyone who does believe, that logical inconsistency should require some deeper consideration before blurting it out in public and expecting people to accept it as an argument.”
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