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Does a sinner commit a sin with his own will or is he forced to commit that sin as it is written in his fate beforehand?

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Asked by truth exposed, 03 Dec '12 04:15 pm
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It is the level of soul purity designs your action.. and that is why Soul Purification should be continious process.
Answered by Sharmila Bose, 03 Dec '12 04:36 pm

 
  
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This issue can be summarized as follows: The human has a will of his own. We call this the weak (limited) will. And we call the creation of God the universal (unlimited) will and the power to create. (These are the capabilities of God). When the issue is handled from the perspective of God, it is understood as if things happen with God forcing them and thus compulsion is mixed into the issue. On the other hand, when the issue is handled from the perspective of the human, it is understood as if humans do their own deeds themselves and thus the view of Mutazila, which claims, everyone is the creator of their own deeds is mixed into the issue.

God creates whatever goes on in the Universe. And this is just the universal will that is concerned with this issue. Moreover, "While it is God Who has created you and all that you do?" (As-Saffaat Surah, 37:96). In other words, it is God alone who is the Creator of both you and the deeds that you perform.

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Answered by secularthought, 03 Dec '12 04:20 pm

 
  
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This issue can be summarized as follows: The human has a will of his own. We call this the weak (limited) will. And we call the creation of God the universal (unlimited) will and the power to create. (These are the capabilities of God). When the issue is handled from the perspective of God, it is understood as if things happen with God forcing them and thus compulsion is mixed into the issue. On the other hand, when the issue is handled from the perspective of the human, it is understood as if humans do their own deeds themselves and thus the view of Mutazila, which claims, everyone is the creator of their own deeds is mixed into the issue.

God creates whatever goes on in the Universe. And this is just the universal will that is concerned with this issue. Moreover, "While it is God Who has created you and all that you do?" (As-Saffaat Surah, 37:96). In other words, it is God alone who is the Creator of both you and the deeds that you perform.

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Answered by anil garg, 31 Dec '12 06:06 pm

 
  
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What only one can do out of his/her own will is to pray...nothing more than this one can do out of one's own will, rest all what so ever happens happens out of Gods wishes.
Answered by INDER VIG, 03 Dec '12 04:31 pm

 
  
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God has given us 6th sense to act but the human due to greediness indulge in sinful acts
Answered by saranathan Narasimhan, 03 Dec '12 04:19 pm

 
  
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