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Re: [apologetics and theology] Re: More Ways Not to Argue Against Calvinist/Reformed/Biblical Theology

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  • Kwame
    Dude, at least *act* like you ve heard of Euthyphro s Dilemma before. -Kwame ... __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Tired of
    Message 1 of 8 , Jul 1, 2006
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      Dude, at least *act* like you've heard of Euthyphro's
      Dilemma before.

      -Kwame

      --- learning@... wrote:

      > Quoting Kwame <yusefii@...>:
      >
      > > As a teaser, if the Bible
      > > clearly informs us in Ephesians 1:11 and *other*
      > > passages that God "works all things," and if
      > > disastrous events and evil actions are some of
      > *all
      > > things* (which they are), then what are we to make
      > of
      > > the concept that God is good?
      >
      > God Himself defines what that "good" is, not us.
      >
      > When people question God's goodness
      > by referring to the existence of evil, they are
      > assuming that man is capable of
      > defining good and evil. This is "Sowing unto the
      > flesh".
      >
      > I find it very interesting that we have arrived at a
      > place where we are
      > discussing a "knowledge of good and evil".
      > Considering the events in the
      > garden of Eden, it is not our place to
      > define what is good or evil. This is for God
      > alone, "Â…but the woman being
      > deceived, fell into transgression."
      >
      > "Be not deceived, God is not mocked, for what a man
      > sows, so he shall reap..."
      >
      > May we all Sow well :-)
      >
      > Kind Regards
      > Shaun Green
      >
      >


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