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What Is Free Will
  
Is the Son free to not love the Father? Does it not seem strange to argue that one must be able not to love in order to love (that one be able to not be in right relationship in order to be in relationship)? Can I choose who or what I love? Freedom to sin is not freedom at all.


What Is Free Will
  
Is the Son free to not love the Father? Does it not seem strange to argue that one must be able not to love in order to love (that one be able to not be in right relationship in order to be in relationship)? Can I choose who or what I love? Freedom to sin is not freedom at all.


Last Gentile To Be Saved
  
Save all of them?


What Is Blasphemy
  
In my humble opinion, the only (option for an)unforgiveable sin is to leave this world loving the evil and hating the good. The requisite condition for this state of affairs is when one believes that the good is evil and the evil is good. Consider the context in which Jesus mentions the blasphemy of the H.S.-he is accused of casting out demons by an evil power. The H.S. leads one into knowledge of good and evil...if one believes the good is evil, what then?


Are Christians Not Intelligent
  
Even science entails faith. Science is based on induction which is a step of faith (one experiments and induces that the same results will always incur). However, consider Davis Hume's argument against induction...If I drop a ball of the roof many times, and it falls down, I can still not say that it will always have to fall down...because in order for me to say this beyond all doubt I would have drop the ball as many times as it is possible (maybe an infinite number of times), which is impossible.


Are Christians Not Intelligent
  
Again, consider quantum physics, which tells us that electrons, protons, etc. seemingly come in and out of existence randomly. Thus, all material objects are composed of particles that sometimes exist and sometimes do not. Now, if material objects, which seem most real, are composed of things this unstable, how much faith does one need to believe they are more real than my thoughts. Faith is not intellectual suicide, unless everything we believe is intellectual suicide.


Are Christians Not Intelligent
  
Faith is a lack of certain knowledge. But, what do we know for certain (without any doubt)? I suggest that with the requisite reasoning, much of what we feel certain about can be brought into doubt.We used to believe that time and space were immutable truths of existence, thanks to Einstein we now believe time and space are relative.


I Have Feelings Of Hate Toward God
  
Thanks for being honest. No one can build on a false/faulty foundation


Remove All Non-Christians
  
Why should we presume to be in such a position to seperate wheat and tares when the angels (who presumably are in a better position to do such) are not.


What Is The Trinity
  
There are no individual roles in the Trinity, understood as immanent. Otherwise one is speaking of three gods. If one is talking of the economic Trinity, then the revelation of the Trinity to humanity is progressive. Once again, there is nothing that the Son does that the Father and Spirit are not also doing. Remember, the understanding of One God is always prior to the revelation of three Persons, or else polytheism.


What Is The Trinity
  
There are no individual roles within the Trinity(unless one promotes modalism). There is nothing that the Son does that the Father does not (I only do that which I see the Father doing). The only differentiations within the Trinity have to do with causality or generation. Thus the Father is not generated, the Son is generated, and the Spirit proceeds (all eternally of course). For clarification read Gregory of Nyssa's "On Three God's". This is the orthodox position, contrary to popular belief.



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