Not at all. Your emotional attachment your pseudo-religion keeps you from seeing the obvious nuance.
The actors must be free to act. If your theoretical psycho-god were to interrupt what you perceive as negative outcomes 100% of the time, then you’ve encumbered their ability.
Just because you refuse to see it doesn’t mean it isn’t there. This is a common problem for zealots of all stripes.
As you admitted yourself, it’s a subjective topic. The side from which I view the obelisk is obviously different from yours. Does it not bug you that you think you’re trying to have a rational conversation yet virtually all of your objections are emotional? Do you really not see that? -serious question.
And that is merely your opinion. Mine seems to allow for reality in a way yours doesn’t. To some, this makes it a better opinion. But think as you wish.
No, as it pertains to moral agency, they’re equally valuable as the actors must be able to act. Conflicts of wills are a natural consequence of it.
You’re just trying to appeal to grand-standing emotion against my defense of the necessity of our lesser behaviors. This, by rule, irrational defense which is exactly that same in (lack of) quality as the objection to evolution levied by the fundamentalist when they’re finally exposed to an education. “My gawd made the world in 7 literal days, I don’t care what you satanic science-people say!”
You’re either physically incapable of understanding it or (what’s more likely) you don’t like the explanation because it allows the existence of a god that is both a) attributable as “benevolent” and b) permissive of the evil that exists in the world.
Your objection isn’t primarily rational - it’s emotional. We know this because in your defense you’ve invoked Nazis, gang-rape and name calling. These are hallmarks in the defenses levied by the blindly-ideological and sophomoric.
I’ll take that as your very best effort at concession to what is a proven fact. Thank you for it.
Oh, and they can still go on trying to enact evil to the greatest degree while they’re behind bars. Their free moral agency is still preserved.
Again, I’m a little in-the-air about whether you either don’t want to see that, or actually can’t.