P1: Divinity cannot simply forgive disobedience without bloodshed because the righteousness of a divinity demands the eternal torment of the disobedient.
P2: Jehovah was divine.
P3: Jehovah cannot simply forgive disobedience, but must instead eternally torment the disobedient. (P1 & P2)
P4: Jesus was divine.
CONCLUSION: Had Jesus married and had a disobedient son, he would have been forced by his righteousness to eternally torment his son. (P1 & P4)
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P1: No sinner is redeemed from eternal torment without accepting Jesus’ redemption.
P2: If a young sinner who tells a single lie dies without ever hearing of Jesus’ redemption, he cannot accept Jesus’ redemption from eternal torment.
P3: A young sinner who tells a single lie and dies without ever hearing of Jesus’ redemption will be eternally tormented. (P1 & P2)
P4: It is possible that a young person who told a single lie may now have died and be experiencing eternal torment.
P5: The god Jehovah who condemns the young sinner who tells a single lie then dies to eternal torment, also claims to be both loving and just towards that sinner.
P6: Jehovah never lies.
P7: Condemning someone who tells a single lie then dies to eternal torment does not mean that one does not love or justly treat the liar. (P5 & P6)
P8: “Love” and “justice” mean the same thing to Jehovah as they do to humans.
P9: A man who condemns his lying son to eternal torment can rightfully claim to both have loved and have justly treated that son. (P7 & P8)
P10: No rational human would say that man who condemns his lying son to eternal torment can rightfully claim to both have loved and have justly treated that son.
CONCLUSION: Either Jehovah or all of rational mankind is very confused on the definitions of “love” and “justice”.
Why do sinners remain separated from god after legitimately paying their 3 days of physical and/or spiritual deaths?
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