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Posted by Gregory Koukl on November 05, 2012 at 03:30 AM in :Greg Koukl, Philosophy, Video | Permalink
The Cross of Christ is just that: A moral imperative, even, a Moral Right, aborted.
Perfect Justice. Perfect Mercy. Perhaps, just perhaps, neither was aborted. I suppose it depends on which end of the Act one's vantage point lives in. He lives in more vantage points than we.
November 05, 2012 at 12:15 PM
Perfect Mercy. Perfect Justice. Multiple Perfects coexisting side by side, in one thing. Multiple Bests.
That is the Cross.
That is the Triune.
Multiple Perfect Distincts. Three Most-Perfects, which are Distinct one from the other.
A is Perfect. And B. And C.
A is neither B nor C. B is neither A nor C. C is neither A nor B.
"Holy-Most-Perfect! Holy-Most-Perfect! Holy-Most-Perfect!"
November 05, 2012 at 12:26 PM
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