The other day a Christian told me that in the Bible the word “if” does not mean the same as the normal use of “if” (that is, a condition) because divine logic can differ from human logic (so, “if” may not indicate a condition).

This is a very bizarre way of looking at the Bible.

One Response to ““If””

  1. ian vincent Says:

    It’s to employ gobbledygook to evade a question. Perhaps John Calvin so arranged his world that such questions could never be asked, thus keeping his credibility intact?

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