No offence intended, Al, as I value your opinions, and consider you one of the sane of the 'Christians' posting here. However, in regard to that post, aside from your own feelings of guilt, conscience or whatever, you might have experienced because you 'believe' tht God is existing and working in our lives, have you personally actually experienced God in your life.<quoted text>
Then I'm sorry that you only see God as uncaring and blind. Sometimes we get very frustrated with God because he doesnt give us what we want. We pray for something. We tell God that he needs to do this, and if he really loved us, he would give us this. And then God says no. We get mad at God and feel as be is blind and uncaring.
Sometimes, no is the correct answer.
In my humble opinion Mylan, God will not force his will on us. Ultimately, if we are so insistent on following a certain path or making a certain decision, he will allow us to do so, even if it is the wrong one.
You don't need to answer if that is too personal. In my case, though I honestly believed in God for a long time, I never once had any sense of an actual presence.