so, is sin the will of God? Yes. People will say not the perfect but the permissive but that just sounds like excuses for God to me. God does not lose Sovereignty just standing back and letting things happen within the environment He created and made (He created darkness and evil -Isa 45). In fact that to me shows He is more Sovereign than if He were a puppet-master.
The real question is why is everything considered a will of God's of some sort (perfect/permissive etc...)? In other words, you said
How can God be The Sovereign if anything that happens is outside of His will?Well now you have to define His will. Not two types. Just His will. Just define His will. Then you will find.....what I said
God does not lose Sovereignty just standing back and letting things happen within the environment He created and made. He created darkness and evil.Now add to that 'Christ' and everything that means, and you have His will. Not two, just one.