First, some questions for you from “15 Bombs That Sank My Theological Ship” followed by some questions by our readers.
1. If God will have all men to be saved, and if most men are lost, then how can God be supreme (I Timothy 2:3,4)?
2. If Christ is the propitiation for the sins of the whole world, did He die in vain for the lost (I John 2:2)?
3. If God is going to reconcile the universe through Christ, how can some be tormented forever (Colossians 1:20)?
4. How can God, in Christ, gather all things together as one while billions remain eternally estranged (Ephesians 1:10)?
5. If all die in Adam, and a few are made alive in Christ, how can grace much more abound than sin (Romans 5:20)?
6. If all men are condemned by one man’s offense, why are not all men justified by one man’s obedience (Romans 5:18)?
7. If all die in Adam, why shall not all be made alive in Christ (I Corinthians 15:22)?
8. How can every knee bow confessing Christ Lord, to God’s glory, unless reconciled (Philippians 2:10,11)?
9. If Christ only hath immortality, how can any of the dead be alive now (I Timothy 6:14-16; I Corinthians 15:53,54)?
10. If the wicked go to hell as soon as they die, why are they raised and judged later (Revelation 20:11-15)?
11. Since the lake of fire is the second death, what happens to the wicked when death is destroyed (I Corinthians 15:26)?
12. If “forever” means “eternity” what does “forever and ever” mean?
13. If God is love and has all power, will He not find away to save all, or will His love ultimately fail (I Timothy 4:9-11)?
14. If Christ is to reign “for ever and ever,” what does it mean that He will deliver up the kingdom to the Father (Revelation 11:15; I Corinthians 15:24)?
15. Will God ever actually become “All in all” (I Corinthians 15:28)?
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