• also, speaking of apologetics, here are two things i see
SO OFTEN in (amateure)
apologetics that bug me so
much.
1) responding to the problem of evil with just "free will". that is *not* an
adequate
response. "free will" is not a proper theodicy. a
free will does not
justify meaningless evils.
if God has the power to prevent us from doing evil, and He does, and He allows us to do
evil, His justification for evil existing can't be "so humans can
choose evil". That doesn't
excuse
God at all and just doesn't make sense.
God permitted the fall in
His decree
because He had on
ultimate plan of perfect redemption in
which good would ultimately
overcome
evil. read Ephesians 1.
2) a total disrespect and disregard for the Old Testament. amateure apologists and
Christians in
general really really overlook the Old Testament and
it's significance and even
its inspiration. anytime i see someone
responding to usually the shellfish polyester argument
and go "oh it's old testament so we
don't have to follow it" like NO. we
DO follow the Old
Testament!!! it makes up 70% of the Bible and
is just as
inspired and important as
there is a
distinction between moral and ceremonial law within the Mosaic covenant and a
theological reason
why the ceremonial law is no
longer binding. THAT is the answer to
shellfish polyester, NOT a tossing out
of the OT. Christians really need to understand the
significance of the OT and
treat it with the respect and reverence it deserves.
sorry for tiny words
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    • I have a problem with the first one, it is not so humans can choose evil, it is so humans can chooses good. What would be the point of good and evil if you were completely controlled
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    • Why would evil ever be a thing in the first place if it's not a product of free will and how could Lucifer have rebelled against God if only humans have free will and angels don't
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