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Epicurean Paradox

Discussion in 'Current News & Events (Articles Required)' started by countless possibilities, Oct 30, 2020.

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  1. countless possibilities

    countless possibilities a million galaxies

    Greeting s, am new here , so I came accross that paradox and I have alot of questions. is it true what it translates to?
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  2. Sabertooth

    Sabertooth Repartee Animal: Quipping the Saints! Supporter

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    Paul debunked that "paradox" in Romans 8:28,

    "And we know that all things work together for good
    to those who love God,
    to those who are the called​
    according to His purpose."

    Lactantius, the author of the paradox, would have had access to Paul's letter. (To be fair, it wasn't canonized yet.)
    Last edited: Oct 31, 2020
  3. mnorian

    mnorian Oldbie--Eternal Optimist Staff Member Administrator CF Senior Ambassador Supporter

    Admin hat on
    thread closed for review.

    Hat off.
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