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accepted To what extent should the Apostles' speech be considered infallible?
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reviewed Approve In which country is the Garden of Eden located?
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comment For what human reason was Christ crucified?
@DanAndrews, I'm not even sure what "a secular reason" means. But the spirit of the question is asking why, from the Roman government's perspective, was Jesus crucified. This answers that nicely, and a political reason satisfies the question.
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revised Are all things possible with God?
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comment Were Annanias and Saphira guilty of the “unforgiveable” sin?
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comment Does God hate unborn children?
@Jay, ...In short, I think you are confusing reconciliation, or forgiveness, with love. God loves everyone, and thus has provided a way for everyone to be saved. He wants everyone to be saved - including his enemies. God takes no pleasure in the death of the wicked, but desires them to repent (Ezek 33:11). This sounds like it can only be described as unreconciled love. As for verses where God "hates", I don't think that can be seen as the opposite of love, or the absence of love. In context, it describes him hating their actions, or acting unfavorably on them. Not "not-loving" them.