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Hi can someone explain to me why God undermining the laws of nature causes people to make bad decisions ?

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Hi can someone explain to me why God undermining the laws of nature causes people to make bad decisions ?

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It doesn't???? It just shows His power and "omnipotence".

God being able to perform miracles doesn't make people do bad things.

You gonna commit a slippery slope fallacy if you gonna try and link God performing miracles which causes people to do bad things
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