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comment If god is omnipotent, and infinitely good, why is there evil in the world?
You cannot have evil unless you have an ultimate Lawgiver. So, the question is self-defeating.
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comment Why are Christians “homophobic”?
@TimDev That's ridiculous.
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comment Why are Christians “homophobic”?
@StevenDoggart I must disagree. The assumption that simply believing that something is immoral means that people are hateful is absurd. I believe that envy is immoral, but I don't hate anyone who is envious. I believe that lust is immoral, but I don't hate people who are lustful. By the same token, I do believe that homosexuality is against God's law, but I am in no way hateful towards people of that lifestyle. The intolerance is actually much more often by those who are hateful towards Christians just because they believe something is immoral.
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comment Why are Christians “homophobic”?
I would also ask, "Why do so many people hate Christians so very much, just because they don't believe exactly as they do?" Why can't our beliefs be "tolerated"? Why isn't treating people with honor and dignity enough? Why can't we differ in opinion and not be labeled as haters by those who have so much hatred for us?
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comment Why are Christians “homophobic”?
It is incorrect to assume that the belief that homosexuality is immoral precludes Christians from being friendly. We Christians believe that envy, greed, lust, pride, selfishness, adultery, jealousy, bitterness and hatred are all immoral. We also recognize that we ourselves are guilty of many of these things at different times, but that doesn't make any of them no longer immoral. Everyone agrees that some things are immoral--like murder, rape and child abuse. There may be disagreement on what else is immoral, but that doesn't mean anyone is necessarily hateful.
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reviewed Delete How much were the 30 pieces of silver (Judas's payment) worth?
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reviewed Reviewed Does God have the capacity to sin? Can God sin?
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reviewed Reviewed What does it mean “my God my God why have you forsaken me”?
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revised What does it mean “my God my God why have you forsaken me”?
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reviewed Reviewed Why did Jesus say he came to create division?
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reviewed Reviewed What word did Jesus use for God in Aramaic?
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reviewed Reviewed Does the Bible say anything about our human relations being kept after death?
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reviewed Close Does GOD Exists?
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comment Does GOD Exists?
I highly recommend the book, "I Don't Have Enough Faith to be an Atheist". This would directly address your question in a very rational and logical manner.
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reviewed No Action Needed Is “Mormon” a disrespectful term?
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comment Why did Jesus need to die?
So, you're basically asking, "Why isn't God unjust?" "Why can't he just let everyone commit evil with no consequence at all?" In reality, it is good the sin is punished.
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comment What is the time difference between Jesus's betrayal by Judas and his crucifixion?
@warren Yes, I was just assuming that He died right after the darkness lifted. It could have been longer for sure.
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answered What is the time difference between Jesus's betrayal by Judas and his crucifixion?