From: Stephen J. Krogh (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Mar 29 2003 - 17:15:20 EST
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> Subject: appearance of age and the goodness of God
> God is good by nature, and whatever he does, if he does it,
> is good. God is incapable of evil actions. When God does
> something in our lives or in the world that we might think of as
> wrong, evil, or bad, we are in error. God is unable to act in
> this way. If we think that he has, we must remember that he is
> the standard of rightness and holiness. We are flawed. Whatever
> he does, it is, because of his nature, perfect and right.
> Therefore, if God did create with an appearance of age, that
> action is not deceptive or wrong, as it is an action of the
> perfectly righteous God. Even if it is deceptive, that deception
> is not wrong; it is righteous.
> What are your thoughts?
Is this "righteous deception" character of God one that we should not
Don't do as I do, just do as I say.
Stephen J. Krogh, P.G.
The PanTerra Group
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