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    recovering from religious and spiritual addictions, after sampling the worlds major religions including new age, i became a born again christian and was deep into it, changing my entire life and praying devotedly. finally i had a cold dose of reality.

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  • Still have any Gods? If so, who or what?
  1. Why is free will so sacred?

    My "understanding" means that it makes sense to me from a religious theoretical point of view and seems to answer the question. Have I fully accepted it? No. I have not fully accepted Christianity nor have I fully rejected it. I am honouring and exploring my doubts from both sides. I am taking it day by day.
  2. The Doubt Paradox

    I am re-exploring Christianity, but not currently attending any church. I am working through my doubts on my own, because the topic of doubt is not very well dealt with in churches.
  3. Why is free will so sacred?

    This is an issue that has bothered me. So I researched the apologetics and heard various opinions and explanations, from which I have curated my own understanding. The following is where I am at the moment. Who knows where I will be in 1 month or 1 year? God wants people who really want and chose to be with him. God does not want robots, that is why he gave us free will. Hell is reserved for Satan and the other fallen angels who followed Satan. The humans who don't want to be with God will not go to hell. They will be dead, forever. That is the opposite of eternal life which the God followers will have in heaven.