26 Feb '19 15:25>2 edits
The intellectual incongruence and moral hypocrisy expressed in your OP is astonishing considering that you consider the (eternal) burning alive of billions of people to be morally acceptable and in fact the “perfect justice” for them not believing in your version of god.
1.) Did Jesus Christ commit intellectual in congruence to teach that men should fear God's unlimited reach in punishing ? See Luke 12:4,5.
2.) Did Jesus commit "moral hypocrisy" in teaching the lesson of Luke 12:4,5?
3.) Does "astonishment" at a teaching from Christ necessarily mean what is taught in not true ?
4.) If "burning alive" is what I teach why did were you not able to prove that physical death means non-existence ?
5.) Did the Bible tell you the count of how many sinners will be lost? Where do you get your assurance that "billions" will be lost? I simply ask you HOW DO YOU KNOW the count ? That is all.
6.) Do you believe that God is perfect in morality ? Yes or No ?
7.) Do you believe is obligated to FORCE all men to desire reconciliation to God ?
8.) Do you believe it is just for God to warn the irrecoverable that they will not enjoy never being reconciled or forgiven by God - and in terms which are impossible to misunderstand?
8.) Do you believe "perfect justice" by nature cannot include punishment ?
9.) Do you assume that I know all the ways in which someone's name may be entered into "the book of life" ?
10.) Do you assume that I believe the unevangelized or have never heard the gospel must be lost?
11.) Do you assume that I believe that because I believe Christ's teaching I should be qualified to personally conduct the last judgment myself ?
12.) Do you assume that I believe there is no opportunity for some died in ambiguous or difficult to ascertain (by Christians) circumstances?
Divegeester, these questions are primarily for you about your above paragraph to me.
Let your next post consist of twelve answers please TO the twelve questions.