And again, you don’t seem to be right about this. Lots of cancer can take years - even decades - to develop and kill you. An infection in your teeth needs weeks or months.
Your claim of poor implementation is just more pseudo-religious hand-waving.
You’ve been shown to be clearly wrong here, but obviously you’re not letting rationalism interfere with your ideology.
Which is entirely different from the process of establishing facts, or “truth”.
Simply; you’re all over the place, here.
No. Some Aquinas is in order.
And more subjective hand-waving…
As such, the only empirical solution we can draw is “Dunno…”. But you don’t seem to let that fact hold you back.
The problem here, for the umpteenth time, is that the test you employ to jump from hypothesis to conclusion is nothing more than your own intuition. Which is different from my intuition. Which is different from the intuition of that guy over there…
No it isn’t. I didn’t assert that there was a benefit to the Holocaust. I just asserted that a god that values free moral agency above most other things would do little-to-nothing to stop it.
You just wish I needed to show that holocausts are beneficial in a way you subjectively accept (another impossible task as your appeal here is emotional, not rational).
Oh yes it does, you’re just in denial.
It’s why one man may be charged with the crime and his pal will be charged with aiding and abetting.
Your handle wouldn’t have been Vera_Ljuba once-upon-a-time here, would it?