Sunday, September 01, 2013

Noah's flood


  1. Hello Steve.

    Given Calvinist presuppositions, I fail to see why the Lord would be grieved to have made man.

    For he was the one who predetermined Adam to fall and gave him and his descendents a corrupt biological and psychological nature which made atrocities inevitable.

    So did God feel indignant about the consequence of his own choice?

    Lovely greetings from Europe.

    Lothars Sohn – Lothar’s son

    1. If you paid attention to my comment on that verse, you'd notice that I consider it anthropopathetic. So I reject your premise.

      In addition, predestination doesn't mean every event is individually good. Some events are individually evil, yet they facilitate something else that's good, a good that's dependent on that prior event.