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comment Why must God reach the fullness of Glory (reformed theology)?
@Andrew - if it helps just use the word 'limitless' or 'unbounded' or 'eternal' (where i have used infinity) and 'dust in the balance' , 'created', 'finite'..where I have used 'one'. I am only summarizing Edwards argument, which is standard reformed, through a mathematical analogy. many different words can be chosen to convey the same unfathomable very big/very very small picture. The point is creation can't add to God's glory but it does provide an additional image of it, so in a sense has added something.
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comment Why must God reach the fullness of Glory (reformed theology)?
@rhetorician yes you seem to misunderstand my sentence...i meant he must have had a reason inside himself to make something hehe
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comment Did any of the Catholic or Protestant paramilitary groups of the Northern Ireland conflicts of the 60s and 70s ever have an actual theological creed?
i accepted but you really should add academic references to this difficult question. because the answer would have wider value accross the internet
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revised What is the basis for believing that the wrath of God is not an accommodation?
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comment What level of will-power do humans have according to Luther?
possibly if you read On the bondage of the will you will understand the question a little more...the question is more like do we have free choice to chose when we awake, or who we marry or is it all predetermined under Gods influencing power. To what extent did Luther think humans were not entirely subject to Divine power disposing the events of our lives under a predetermined path. Cheers