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    The dead can see , hear and know

    You're wrong, as Gen 50:20 shows. Baloney. I've never called good evil or evil good. You're making that up. What I want is scripture supporting your assertion about Satan, but seeing as how you're going tuck tail and run now, I won't be getting that proof from you, will I? 🙄 Your remark about...
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    You prove me right. 👍
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    LOL. You've just got to argue about something, don't you. When you do this, you confirm my belief that you do not know what scripture, or anything that's written, means. I thank you for that confirmation.
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    Of course not. Read!!!!
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    That's probably why they don't believe it -- because they understand. LOL
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    You're not answering my question what are you afraid of? Here it is again: do honestly believe that "bad / evil things" are not a subset of "all things" in Rom 8:28? If you do, your theology is quite silly. Book, chapter and verse, please? I believe, I believe what you believe about that...
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    Lk 22:22
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    You didn't answer. Are "bad things," a subset of "all things? Also "bad" does not mean "evil" to me. For how long has "bad" meant "evil" to you??
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    The dead can see , hear and know

    What? The problem is your reading. 😉
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    Thanks for your posts
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    I disagree. Straw man fallacy God uses all things for good in the lives of the saints, friend. Denying that doesn't change that. SMH ...
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    I said you appealed to emotion. Really? So "bad things" are not a subset of "all things?" How do you figure that? LOL ... Gen 50:20 -- read the entire passage.
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    The fallacy is an appeal to emotion fallacy: "I believe most Calvinist have to admit it is difficult to accept "The good pleasure of God's will" as an answer for the suffering of saints that God supposedly "predetermined" to "His Glory".... instead of the causal result of man's weaknesses and...
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    I didn't say you expressed an emotion.
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    Appeal to emotion fallacy. ^
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