reply to post by Akragon
If just did not manifest before God, if he alone created the concept of just, and he remains in control of what is "just", how is it just to create
suffrage? What is he trying to show us by punishing us, if he is the one who controls whether or not someone experiences displeasure?
How to solve the question(s):
1. God is eternal. God did not become eternal, God has always been eternal.
2. God is just. God did not become just, God has always been just.
Within the same sense of understanding as statements 1. and 2., all of God's concepts / awarenesses have always been - his concepts are who he is.
Therefore, the concept of suffrage has always been a concept of retribution, or atonement, for justness -- it is intrinsic to reality; and it is most
likely the expression, or lesson, that what we create causes us harm -- we have to learn not to create harmful things because they will become apart
To better understand this, think of it like you are your soul, your spirit, and your body - you are the trinity of yourself -- the likeness of God.
With this understanding, you can then see why it is imperative that we learn not to create unjust things with our own trinity, or likeness of God --
because our unjust creations will not only harm others, but they will also harm us -- our spirits will become corrupt, thereby corrupting our body and
The philosophy or principle of karma as expressed by God?
This would also explain why anything but realities sovereignly controlled by each individual can be considered just... because we have to learn that
what we create affects not only what we create, but it affects ourselves, as well.
To paraphrase the Christian debater, "This is God's reality, he is the author, thus whatever his will is, it is just (since it is his reality)."