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merit_in_the_inverse [2018/04/06 09:25]
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 Since we didn't choose to exist, were designed to be this way, are buffeted constantly by various involuntary motives and desires that are difficult to control and don't have any input into the rules of salvation... its hard to see how justice could ever lead to damnation. Since we didn't choose to exist, were designed to be this way, are buffeted constantly by various involuntary motives and desires that are difficult to control and don't have any input into the rules of salvation... its hard to see how justice could ever lead to damnation.
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 +==== God doesn'​t want robots ====
 +Nolan: The argument goes: "God wants people to love him freely. Nobody actually wants a Stepford wife / husband. Therefore like a human, God wants to know that we love him. So he gives us free will to choose heaven or hell. And we are responsible,​ the blame is no longer on Him" Mmm, sorta.
 +  * Dogs are like halfway to a Stepford wife
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