1. Standard memberchaney3
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    13 Sep '16 16:19
    Not sure where this thread may go, but it seems some Christians, Catholics, or anyone of faith is NEVER willing to concede that God is either completely absent, or His desires cannot ever be known, but in all cases will never put blame to God.

    Well, I do. I blame God, and He is now on trial.
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    13 Sep '16 16:33
    Would anyone care to contribute case #1?
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    13 Sep '16 16:34
    Originally posted by chaney3
    Would anyone care to contribute case #1?
    Judgement for the defendant.
    Your case is dismissed.
    BANG !!
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    13 Sep '16 16:36
    Originally posted by Rajk999
    Judgement for the defendant.
    Your case is dismissed.
    BANG !!
    Okay Rak, I will start.
    Passover.
    God.....guilty.
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    13 Sep '16 16:45
    Originally posted by chaney3
    Okay Rak, I will start.
    Passover.
    God.....guilty.
    What is Passover?
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    13 Sep '16 16:47
    Originally posted by Rajk999
    What is Passover?
    Please tell me that you're kidding.
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    13 Sep '16 16:571 edit
    Originally posted by chaney3
    Not sure where this thread may go, but it seems some Christians, Catholics, or anyone of faith is NEVER willing to concede that God is either completely absent, or His desires cannot ever be known, but in all cases will never put blame to God.

    Well, I do. I blame God, and He is now on trial.
    Actually, justification not only includes God approving us according to His standard of righteousness. It also include us approving God according to His righteous nature. .

    In Romans Justification is a mutual approving - God approves us the justified sinners and the we the saved approve God.

    It is a mutual approving. It is a process in which God says to us "You have been justified as if you had never sinned at all." And we the forgiven in turn say (if we really know the word of God) " And we approve You God. We see now that there is no unrighteousness in You and in Your way."
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    13 Sep '16 17:301 edit
    Originally posted by chaney3
    I blame God, and He is now on trial.
    So you no longer consider yourself a Christian then?
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    13 Sep '16 17:43
    Originally posted by divegeester
    So you no longer consider yourself a Christian then?
    Yes I do, but with a clause: God is guilty. Of either neglect, or lack of information.
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    13 Sep '16 17:57
    Originally posted by chaney3
    Not sure where this thread may go, but it seems some Christians, Catholics, or anyone of faith is NEVER willing to concede that God is either completely absent, or His desires cannot ever be known, but in all cases will never put blame to God.

    Well, I do. I blame God, and He is now on trial.
    Does God sin or temp anyone to sin? If He does not than blaming Him for sin seems to be
    a way to avoid our own short comings.
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    13 Sep '16 18:04
    Originally posted by KellyJay
    Does God sin or temp anyone to sin? If He does not than blaming Him for sin seems to be
    a way to avoid our own short comings.
    Again, letting God off KJ.
    Nobody wants to hold God accountable for anything.
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    13 Sep '16 18:18
    Originally posted by chaney3
    Again, letting God off KJ.
    Nobody wants to hold God accountable for anything.
    What crime has God done?
  13. Standard memberchaney3
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    13 Sep '16 18:24
    Originally posted by KellyJay
    What crime has God done?
    Neglect!!!
    He is guilty of neglect.
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    13 Sep '16 18:26
    Originally posted by chaney3
    Neglect!!!
    He is guilty of neglect.
    Prove it.
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    13 Sep '16 18:28
    Originally posted by chaney3
    Not sure where this thread may go, but it seems some Christians, Catholics, or anyone of faith is NEVER willing to concede that God is either completely absent, or His desires cannot ever be known, but in all cases will never put blame to God.

    Well, I do. I blame God, and He is now on trial.
    I think you touched on the key word there, 'faith.'

    It is faith that has a Christian put their trust in God, even in areas that are confusing and beyond their comprehension. Man is finite, God infinite. Can the finite really blame the infinite for things it doesn't understand or is unable to compute? Or does the finite put its trust in the infinite and believe things happen for a good reason?
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