frrostedman wrote:sandra wrote:Within the theological arguement of synergism VS monergism
there is only a misunderstanding of Gods will to accept one
VS the other.
I disagree. You said many things very supportive of Monergism and you just did again. I am pleasantly surprised by your comments and I welcome them. And I did read them!I stand by those words, the conflict is in confusion of Gods will,
to accept one vs the other. Explain why that is not true?
No, I can't explain why that is not true because I believe it is true.
I think it's semantics biting us in the rear again. The conflict I am referencing is the conflict between people and their beliefs. We can't all be right, that's relativism. When 2 parties say opposing and mutually exclusive things, only 1 party can be right, or both wrong; but not both right.
Things change all the time I suppose. The whole semantics deal, who knows.
Maybe I was harsh, yeah, sometimes that is in my nature. People think at times I am all about sugar, those are assumptions that have been made because of my belief in God being Love. My perceptions of Love are not what others have thought, just as my perceptions of kindness and compassion and consideration and understanding are defined through my own internalizations and experiences. The more we learn and the more we obtain informations, sometimes
the harder it can become to find revision even if we actively search for it. I'm not much of an IMO type person. Christ favors more than opinions. So if I come off terribly rude at times, I'm being myself and what you see for the most of it is me being me. Nothing I find much time
to regret, but to learn, change, and grow.