I don’t understand how a fact of nature makes something logically necessary. Something is logically necessary, in typical usage, if it would be logically impossible for it to be false. “There are no square circles” is a logically necessary truth. Even an otherwise omnipotent being could not make a square circle.. But an omnipotent being could make organisms which didn’t inherit “sin nature“ from their parents, so it isn’t logically necessary that we do so. So if I am told, “humans must be born with a sin nature, because we inherit this from our parents,” I say, ”an omnipotent being didn’t have to make such a law.” I can see why you might say, “God did it this way, so it must have been the right way”; but there’s no reason for a nonbeliever to agree.You said that just because it's a fact of nature doesn't mean that you see the logical necessity of it.
I apparently didn't place the question mark on the end of it.
Why should a fact of nature be so difficult to understand the importance of it, exclude you from understanding the logical necessity of it?
I.e., the fact of nature is what makes it necessary. So, just because you don't understand the logic and importance of it, does not mean that it isn't logically necessary.
No, it’s undoubtedly true that I owe this to my ancestors and contemporaries, with very modest contributions from myself. I don’t know what I’ve said which would make you would question my awareness of that fact.So, you don't think that the hard work your ancestors did allowed to enjoy the life you presently have?
That is certainly true, but what do you think follows from that? I mean, what follows which bears on the point I made, which you’re responding to?It is wrong to oppress others, but that doesn't stop them from doing so!
That is more than I know.Nor will it prevent them from receiving the judgment due their injustices.