Truth exists. Only falsehood must be fabricated.
We Do Not Need A Redeemer
By Doug Kelley
punish billions upon billions of sentient, free-willed human beings for
the sins of a supernatural being is a moral injustice of godly
magnitude. There is no excuse for such a thing. Therefore, I can no
longer accept the Biblical explanation for the creation of man. I
believe that we were in fact created, but I cannot believe in an
almighty and loving God who would punish humanity for the sins of one,
two or three individuals.
Genesis war between God and Satan was just thatóbetween God and Satan.
Man was an unwitting pawn in the conflagration. Man was used as a tool.
this war was not between man and God, but between Satan and God,
humankind is an innocent bystander in this supernatural war. It was
morally wrong for God to make Adam choose between his wife who he could
see, touch, and hold, and God who he could not see. How would you like
to make a choice between somebody you dearly loved and God? Doesn't it
make you angry with God for even forcing someone to make such an
impossible choice? Would a loving God actually put someone in such a
humankind has no need of having sins redeemed. It wasn't they that
caused it nor participated in the initial rebellion. Satan is the one
who turned against God. Why weren't Satan and all the angels that sinned
subjected to sin and death? Why is that humans are the only ones who pay
for the crimes of a supernatural being, whose actions were/are beyond
their control? Why did not the angels need someone to redeem them from
slavery to sin and death? If anyone, they are the ones who should need
is not the perpetrator here. Satan is. Therefore, humankind does not
need a redeemer, only a Creator who needs to rectify the sins of one of
His children (Satan) and restore the earth and humankind to peace and
perfection. He needs to correct the crimes of one of His children
against humanity. And he needs to do it post-haste.
regarding the "Universal Issue," God was vindicated completely
by Job. What better example could there be than an imperfect man
"redeeming humankind from the sins of a perfect man?" That is
even better than a perfect man doing it! So why are we still here? The
Issue was settled with Job. God should have acted immediately.
there was Jesus. If Job did not settle the Issue somehow, then Christ
surely did. Again, why are we still here? Should God not have taken
immediate action to correct things instead of allowing 2000+ more years
of human outcry? Humans, by all rights, should have been restored to
health and perfection.