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    Question.......... In the eternity to come, after GOD has dealt with those that are to be judged. Would there be anyone there that was not chosen, in CHRIST before the world began?
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    26 May '05 14:12
    Originally posted by blindfaith101
    Question.......... In the eternity to come, after GOD has dealt with those that are to be judged. Would there be anyone there that was not chosen, in CHRIST before the world began?
    before the world began? What is the question here?

    ES
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    26 May '05 22:23
    Originally posted by blindfaith101
    Question.......... In the eternity to come, after GOD has dealt with those that are to be judged. Would there be anyone there that was not chosen, in CHRIST before the world began?
    i honestly have no idea what you are trying to ask.
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    27 May '05 09:19
    Originally posted by blindfaith101
    Question.......... In the eternity to come, after GOD has dealt with those that are to be judged. Would there be anyone there that was not chosen, in CHRIST before the world began?
    In the future eternity to come. After GOD has judged the sins of mankind. Would everyone of mankind that is in heaven? Would there be anyone there that was not chosen, before GOD created, the earth? Chosen to be with CHRIST forever with CHRIST?
  5. Standard memberDavid C
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    28 May '05 22:36
    Originally posted by blindfaith101
    In the future eternity to come. After GOD has judged the sins of mankind. Would everyone of mankind that is in heaven? Would there be anyone there that was not chosen, before GOD created, the earth? Chosen to be with CHRIST forever with CHRIST?
    This is completely incoherent. Congratualtions!
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    Speaking in tongues he is?
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    29 May '05 01:37
    Originally posted by blindfaith101
    In the future eternity to come. After GOD has judged the sins of mankind. Would everyone of mankind that is in heaven? Would there be anyone there that was not chosen, before GOD created, the earth? Chosen to be with CHRIST forever with CHRIST?
    This is more impenetrable than a Zen koan.

    Here, try this --

    What did your face look like before your parents were born?

    That's a famous Rinzai Zen koan. If you can solve it, you will increase your spiritual stock by at least $3 per share on the Tao.
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    29 May '05 01:45
    That is even more nonsense then what was originally posted, which I would decipher to mean: Will there be others in heaven besides people which God created? And I would guess no. If that's what you were trying to ask.
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    Where is visteds to translate what this post is about?
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    29 May '05 03:42
    Originally posted by blindfaith101
    In the future eternity to come. After GOD has judged the sins of mankind. Would everyone of mankind that is in heaven? Would there be anyone there that was not chosen, before GOD created, the earth? Chosen to be with CHRIST forever with CHRIST?
    i have read this post like 15 times, and all i draw is a big old blank...no one can understand what exactly you are asking. maybe you could try rephrasing from a completely different angle.
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    29 May '05 05:141 edit
    Originally posted by bf101 on godsmack
    In the future eternity to come. After GOD has judged the sins of mankind. Would everyone of mankind that is in heaven? Would there be anyone there that was not chosen, before GOD created, the earth? Chosen to be with CHRIST forever with CHRIST?
    General relativity is confusing. Wave-particle duality is confusing. Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit is confusing (please cut me a break here, Bennett).

    What you have contributed here can only be described as ljdfojo19u0940jfmww098u09 3409r 4jdfposad f98 u498 ru 987 98t3498 303409r 83094 0-4 09348utr03 si ffj ;saidjf oiaw u08439r8p 7u398 u9p48 50q38 ]0u4te4849o8+2=e0- 809 32945i9t-z)()(*T&😉($)($*( G{) T{)$) #_+)G 0[ar 0[q u0* 0*T0[ -080)}098)$ )94 0A f-4 t034u 'gf09 3u4980t gv as4 8t0.
  12. Subscriberno1marauder
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    Is he adopting predestination ala our resident Calvinist, Coletti?
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    29 May '05 05:431 edit
    Originally posted by no1marauder
    Is he adopting predestination ala our resident Calvinist, Coletti?
    that's the way i would interpret it if i were forced to, but honestly the posts are just logically impenetrable -- they are surrounded by a force field of nonsense.
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    29 May '05 05:47
    Originally posted by no1marauder
    Is he adopting predestination ala our resident Calvinist, Coletti?
    Everything is already decided (omnipotent God) so why bother with our farcical lives?
    Cut to the Hell, like get it over with already.
    There is something flawed here, I don't know how to express it, but if the fundies are right, I would never post this ...
  15. Subscriberno1marauder
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    29 May '05 05:58
    I always regarded the idea of "Christian" predestination as about as bizarre as a belief could be; it's odd that Jesus would have spent sooooooooo much time instructing people to love and do good works towards their fellow man if it wouldn't matter one whit to their eventual salvation. As kneverknight points out, what was the point of our entire existence if it was decided before the universe started who would be saved and nothing we did would ever change that result? Perhaps someone who believes in predestination could attempt to answer these questions without the inevitable "God's will cannot be understood by non-Christians" (or presumably those Christians who do not accept predestination).
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