Death was the logical result of the knowledge of evil. Evil is not not permanent, nor could we be.
I am confused about many things, your “theology” one of them. This topic is not one however. I’m no expert, but I am reasonably confident in my theology. [quote=“Cameron, post:92, topic:111490”]
What is so great about faith?
Nothing is necessarily “great” about it.
The being whom I believe created me? Who loves me, gives me hope, something to live for? How could I not want to have faith in such a being?[quote=“Cameron, post:92, topic:111490”]
And this stuff still makes sense to you?
More sense than the alternative.[quote=“Greatest_I_am, post:93, topic:111490”]
You tell me.
Alright, fine. Yes, I am a follower of the Christ.[quote=“Greatest_I_am, post:93, topic:111490”]
Would a Christian think that a God would demand a blood sacrifice of the innocent,
Depends on one’s views on atonement theory. [quote=“Greatest_I_am, post:93, topic:111490”]
or would Satan be more likely to want to punish the innocent instead of the guilty?
Far more so. Nothing delights Satan than attempting to thwart God’s will, if that means causing pain to the righteous or blameless, he will do so.[quote=“Cameron, post:94, topic:111490, full:true”]
“And on the 5,047,755,385,769th day man created God.”