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You assume the apparent truism, that God can do anything, which is a logical fallacy. If God can do anything, then he can do the impossible, therefore nothing is impossible. Yet this would leave us with an absurd world. God could cease to exist, and yet also exist. He could violate the law of non-contradiction, he could make a rock so big he couldn't lift ...


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Satan has been condemned! He wants to take as many with him as possible just out of spite. He is a great example of beautiful on the outside but not inwardly. Although, we get the idea that the outside has caught up wiuth the inner quality. That free will gets you at times. Too bad for Satan. Let us hope we all fair out better.


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wHO CAN BE AGAINST US IF gOD IS FOR US! No WEAPON FORMED AGAINST US WILL PROSPER- WHEN WE ALL LIVE AND LOVE FOR CHRIST and on His word and promises we will prosper with no need to gp through changes. Satan goes to work on people who are living their divine destiny and prosperoing to new levels for Christ- why would Satran do anything else- nothing to do ...


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From a biblical perspective, it seems as if the answer would be no. God is good, correct? Because God is good, God cannot be evil. If we are to be godly, there should be no evil. If we should be godly and without evil, and God is good, that must mean it is possible to be good without evil. After God created, he said it was good. That is not because there ...


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From an LDS perspective, this idea isn't simply believed, but explicitly stated as doctrine in the Book of Mormon. It uses the central idea of opposition, which is touched on at various points in the Book of Mormon, but most clearly in chapter 2 of 2 Nephi. The basic idea is that the contrast between two opposing principles is what distinguishes them from ...


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LDS view: in the Book of Mormon, read 2 Nephi 2, it is basically a whole chapter about this subject (online access can be had through lds.org). In short: Yes, goodness is only a sensible attribute in opposition to evil. Righteousness only in the opposition of sin. We are talking about being something here, rather than the action itself. You are righteous ...


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This is a very good question that goes straight to the root cause of our need for Salvation. First, what does it mean "The fruit of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil?" When I was young, this confused me. What could be so bad about knowing what is good and what is evil? Adam was created first. Eve was created by using one of Adam's ribs. Adam and Eve ...



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