Is God ultimately responsible for everything that he has and will create? Is God the ultimate authority thus fully responsible for all that happens and has happened. Is having faith in the separation of man and God an act showing a lack of faith in the absoluteness of Gods authority? Surely to have true faith in God is to know yourself as a part of God and all your actions are therefore inspired by him, regardless of what those action may be? Persons often state that we are responsible for our actions and of course this is true but our responsibility as an agent of God is one of agency and certainly not principle. The principle entity being God who controls his agents. Any legal system will deem the Principle as fully responsible for his agents actions and as Gods authority is absolute how can the agent be held responsible for surely the actions of the agent are fully inspired by that absolute authority. So, I ask again is God fully responsible as Principle in this relationship? and if yo feel that God is not responsible then is this not showing a distinct lack of faith in God's authority? Is having faith in the teachings of the bible and similar religious texts and other scriptures actually a demonstration of a lack of faith and not true faith.