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Or did you mean making you incapable of willfully choosing something contrary to your own nature. You would be an inanimate object, not a human being.
Clearly, 'stopping evil' requires that you be reduced to something less than what human nature dictates -- which is, itself a bigger evil than the evil it was meant to stop in the first place.
To the victim of whatever injustice, god is capable of causing something good from whatever evil befalls him or her.
"Why does God allow humans to do awful things, but don't say they have free will"
Well checkmate, you got me.
The universe that a God created contains time and space. Time is the measure of our universe. Time effects what is in the universe. It does not effect the creator.
Your question implies that God is watching things develop, as they happen. As if the creator of time is actually experiencing time. Seeing new things as new and past things as past.
I would ask this counter question. If you love yourself and want the best for yourself, why do you let your skin cells die?
Is the answer that you don't exist?