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The Real Root of Atheists' Anti-Christmas Rage

jbrantley Wrote: Dec 02, 2012 9:14 PM
Ahh see if you truly believe God is omnipotent, you kind of have to be a Calvinist. If God he can see the future, then he must create beings with the full knowledge that they will end up in hell. How is that moral?
AJTheThird Wrote: Dec 02, 2012 9:39 PM
It's up to the individual to accept or reject the Gospel; unfortunately, there are consequences to unbelief.
AJTheThird Wrote: Dec 02, 2012 9:38 PM
you mean omniscient...omnipotence is being all powerful...probably doesn't make much of a nevermind to you, though, right?

When Adam decided to disobey God's command, he brought sin and death into the world. Yeah, God saw that from eternity - so what?

The question is whether or not you believe that Christ was sent into this world to die for the sin of mankind.
jbrantley Wrote: Dec 02, 2012 9:21 PM
Pretty evil to create a hell that you are knowingly going to condemn millions of your creations to.
08hayabusa Wrote: Dec 02, 2012 9:18 PM
Maybe there was no way around the equation of bringing life to this planet.

But the more important answer is that not all people will be lost.

And remember this too, all had free will to chose to willfully sin or not to, so it is on them.
Why do some atheists embarrass themselves year after year trying to eradicate Christmas from American culture? Why do they make themselves societal hemorrhoids during this hallowed season? Is it because they are crusaders for equality, secularism’s saviors and humanism’s heroes? I’m sure that’s what they tell themselves when they’re pouting on their couches all alone on Christmas Eve after every single one of their friends has dumped them for being a rabid jackass.

I believe, however—and I could be wrong—that the reason some rage against the machine is that they hate God and love their sin, and bringing up Jesus in...

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