So, according to the Archbishop of Canterbury, God gave us free will, but he can't guarantee it'll lead to a happy ending for humanity.
That's a bit like a parent giving an upset child a can of petrol and a lighter, whilst actively stating they won't take responsibility if the school bully gets first-degree burns.
Still, we're not worried. We watch movies, you see, so we know for a fact that God loves providing happy endings. It's practically His/Her hobby.
If you're a friend of the Archbishop, why not do us all a favour and recommend the following movie marathon to him.
All That Jazz (1979)
The Problem: The brilliantly named Joe Gideon (Roy Schnieder) has loads of problems. For a start, he's addicted to every substance under the sun. From drugs to booze to girls to tabs, he loves the lot - until they start killing him.
Subsequently, Joe has to face up to his own mortality, and the mess he's made of his life. Which is where God steps in.
How God Sorts It: God shows up in the guise of a sexy woman, called Angelique.
Angelique gets increasingly more sexy throughout the film, in order to teach Joe all about the value of love. We're not entirely sure why, but God moves in mysterious ways.