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It was likely for sociological or emotional reasons. It wouldn't have been largely theological, as he lacks a substantial grasp on in-depth biblical theology. He was no Calvin in that regard.
I liked David's answer and +1'd it. He talks about one working motive and he is absolutely right in that regard - because a Christian cares about the one they are witnessing to - that's the answer in the Penn Jillette perspective basically. I don't necessarily see a problem with those answers, and when I share with someone, it is out of a motive of love for ...
Let me ask you this. If you knew that a bomb was in a building and it was going to go off soon would you tell others? You are safe even if that bomb goes off, but those people are not shielded. If you don't warn people, then how will they know the danger they are in? This situation is different of course, but the outcome is still the same. I am a ...
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