The problem with "the God is too loving" to send anyone to hell argument....is that He doesn't send people to hell. We're standing in it.
Suppose you had the ability to CREATE....but if you did it would CREATE a shipwreck where people were thrashing about trying to stay afloat. You decide it is better to CREATE in order to rescue the people who would remain calm and obedient enough to hold on to you for safety....even though others would violently thrash and kick and make it impossible for you to save them....and therefore drown.
Question...did you heartlessly send these drowning people to the bottom in order to save those you rescued?
Recent discussions in the Christianity forum
AnnouncementAmazon Discussions Feedback Forum
|1206||Oct 16, 2016|
|The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is Christian-2||7570||45 minutes ago|
|Apostasy, Counterfeit Christianity, and the Last Days, Part Five||3790||56 minutes ago|
|The Odds of Converting an Atheist||3049||1 hour ago|
|My Mob's pub and coffee shop, Part the Twelfth||8299||2 hours ago|
|Is flirting a sin in your eyes?||26||2 hours ago|
|Do Fundamentalist Christians Hate Atheists?||375||2 hours ago|
|What does Jesus mean by the word perish in John 3:16?||254||2 hours ago|
|Bishop Spong On Our Convoluted Creeds||9||3 hours ago|
|"The Crusades, An Arab Perspective"||0||3 hours ago|
|Christianity described as a 'profitable fable' by an early pope.||1138||3 hours ago|
|The inaccuracies in Donald Trump's Air Force One tweet||10||4 hours ago|