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On Hell and Punishment

PDF FILE WITH OUTLINED ARGUMENT: On Hell and Punishment PART 1: SUMMARIZED PROPONENT’S ARGUMENT I. Ignorance, Deception & Bondage are Obstacles to Free Will A. Thus, if I suffer from some illusion that conceals God from me, I am not truly free to reject God. B. Thus Rm 9:16 C. Thus 2 Cor. 4:4 II. … Continue reading

Thoughts on the Trinity

IN DR. HAMMETT’S WORDS “To those who say that the Trinity is irrational, for it asks us to believe that 1 + 1 + 1 = 1, we respond with two counters. Rather, we are saying that x + y + z = a, or better still, 1 x 1 x 1 = 1. In … Continue reading

ON TRUTH, cont.d’ (Truth, truths, and Mathematics)

“Miguel A.: I was confused by Leonard’s point.. his ‘truths’ about math are no truths, but rather mathematical postulates; assertions without proof.. not ‘truth’ ? Ultimately, when one asks, why is 2 + 2 = 4? One cannot offer a logical explanation, but… rather simply quantify a list of definitions that seem self-evident.. unless truth … Continue reading

ON TRUTH AND GRACE (Truth vs. truths)

Correct, Eric. One can come to understand things that are true, such as the wrongness of raping children (moral laws/truths), or that something cannot contradict itself (logical laws/truths). However, one could not make sense of these truths (totality) without the source of Truth, namely that there is a Moral Order with Moral Laws and a … Continue reading

The Divinity of Jesus According to: Matthew

See This Associated PDF File: The Divinity of Jesus According to: Matthew   I had come across some interesting discoveries while studying the Gospel according to Matthew and Kostenberger/Kellum/Quarles’ Intro to NT Textbook (The Cradle, the Cross, and the Crown). What had first drew much of my interest were various locations where it appeared Matthew … Continue reading

DISCUSSION: On Omnipotence

Friend: Omnipotence initself is logically contradictory Leonard: Thanks for solving a 3000+ year discussed issue in 5 words. Although volumes have been written with thorough disagreement. See the works of Paul Copan, William Lane Craig, and J.P. Moreland. They’ll provide a robust response. Friend: thanks , will check these guys out. Leonard: Various suggestions in order … Continue reading