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Your words: The main idea is why is it just for God to punish us for the sins of Adam and Eve by giving us a sinful nature and an inability to come to Him. He seems to trap us in this condition and sends to hell the ones He decides not to save. How is that just? We didn't ask to have this sinful nature. It's like punishing a blind man because he can't ...


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He created the world. And rather than just stop there, He goes even further and curses the rest of humanity with a sinful nature, thus punishing humanity with a fallen nature for the sins of Adam and Eve. He also knew that millions will end up in his glory with him through Christ! Should has had He prevent that? Simple answer: If God allows evil ...


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Your questions bypass a couple crucial aspects of what God did and what He decided before he created man. 1) He created man with a free will. This simply means that man was given the right to choose and God will not override this right. In other words, one man may choose to harm another man. God does not intervene because He gave this right to both men. To ...


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The intent of the Sabbath is to spend time with God remembering Him as Creator and Redeemer (cp Exod 20:8-11 & Deut 5:12-15). It is also a time to worship Him (Is 66:23) and to spend time with our families which are the image of God (Gen 1:27). God is love (1 Jn 4:8) and the two greatest commandments (Matt 22:36-40) are to love God with all our heart, ...


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There are several trusted sources on the Doctrine of Infant Salvation. This link is very good on the subject. Spurgeon is almost always gold in everything he writes or says. http://www.spurgeon.org/sermons/0411.htm This link is excellent on the Doctrine of Infant Salvation and is probably the largest study on the subject that I know of. The author B.B. ...



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