Strange Theo. You start off by claiming I never give scripture then you gave NO scripture,First, I would like to point out that Seth has offered ZERO Scriptures to support his heretical view. He will claim he has them, but he will never show them. If he responds to this post, he won't offer Scripture, but he will play games, and say, "I have Scripture, and if anyone wants to see what Scriptures my claims are based on, let me know and I will show the Scripture". But he never does.
Of course, this is not Biblical. This is merely rationalization.
If "we are still unrighteous", how are we unrighteous? It is sin that causes unrighteousness, so if we are still unrighteous, then it is because of unatoned sin. And if that's the case, then the atonement can't be "unlimited".
Seth teaches the heresy that salvation is by the WORK of "receiving Christ".
But it would follow that not "receiving Christ" is a sin, and if one commits the sin of "not receiving Christ", then that sin should be atoned for according to "unlimited atonement". Since it is not, the atonement must be limited.
But "rejecting Jesus" is a sin, so why is it not included in the "unlimited atonement"?
Therefore, the atonement must be limited.
This is a common heresy found in Christendom, that Christ's atonement atones for ALL sin except for "accepting Christ". So your sins are atoned for, but you're still not saved until you "choose" to be saved.
This is a very bizarre statement, that "God will be FORCED to ban you".
So God is "forced" to do something...
Who is the one "forcing" God?
God created the universe, and creation, so why is He "forced" to do something He doesn't want to do?
In this kind of heresy, God's will is "thwarted", by the will of man.
He apparently doesn't WANT to condemn anyone, to show His wrath and make His power known (Rom. 9:22), but every soul who is lost to hell is a "failure" to God and to the atonement.