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So God who wills all to be saved (1Tim2:3-4) is dependent on our free will to save us?


So God who wills all to be saved (1Tim2:3-4) is dependent on our free will to save us? Is our will sovereign over God's will? Why does God need our permission to save us? God who cannot be with sin had a discussion with satan about Job. What's up with that theology? God who loves us all, but will allow billions burn eternally because they rejected Him cannot be a very good father after all as it seems? Jesus told us to love our enemies. Does He love His enemies? Is God vindictive or corrective? Did God lose the vast majority of the human race?

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    whonunuwho 4 years ago

    I agree lone77star, so many are confused, mixed-up, unsure and, many, so bitter, that everything seems out-of-sinc and unstable in their worlds. A few just need self assurance and reach out to others for answers about God and creation.

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    whonunuwho 4 years ago

    I never cease to be amazed by those who know so much about the scriptures. This is an admirable undertaking and a worthy quest. It is my own belief that we should remember that the Bible's scriptures were written by men, and with God's inspiration.

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