Oh, the gods! Pastrami Mel is at it again ….
Mel’s favorite go-to philosopher …
David Bentley Hart (theologian and paid-up member of the Greek Orthodox Church.)
The stunning truth is that this Triune God, in amazing and lavish love, determined to open the circle and share the trinitarian life with others.
Aside from the fact the Torah is testimony to just how murderous,revolting and unloving Yahweh is, the Trinity was manufactured by the Church, so, Mr Hart, the ”stunning truth” is you are simply a disingenuous apologetic twit.
Pastor Mel said ….
You can believe whatever you want. You can call me a fool. It doesn’t matter what you think of me; it matters what God thinks of you. The Cross of Christ is His answer (John 3:16-17). We were created for something profound, beautiful, absolutely stunning and glorious—nothing less than intimacy and fellowship with Ultimate Love. And, from this Love, we live and move and have our being…today, tomorrow, and forever!
Says the man who worships a make-believe, egotistical, genocidal maniac.
Furthermore, we don’t really need to call Mel a fool, as he demonstrate this in glorious technicolor with every post he puts up, especially when he plays Hugs and Kisses with the probable psychopath and his best bud, Branyan.
And, as John Z points out to Pastrami Mel time and again
Given the Creator didn’t need to create this synthetic, evolving world, Why did the Creator create it? For what purpose was the world intended? If we’re to assume *aseity, which is basic Christian theology, then we know Aquinas’ suggestion (that creation was some sort of an inevitable accident) is wrong. The synthetic world was created deliberately, wilfully, so what function does it (and evolution) serve? What was the Creator’s motivation in creating this sealed-off, evolving material scape?
Hear that? The deafening sound of silence.