Imagine believing in a God and thinking he created shit tier people knowingly
Doesn't get more autistic than that
Like broseph said all predestination is a retarded attempt at reconciling free will with an omniscient God
So you don't believe in iq differences? 🤔
Do you even know what Calvinism is lmao
>imagine believing in a God and thinking he created shit tier people knowingly
>believing that every human is equal
So why would he create shit tier people then
I don't know - I'm not God.
Lmao solid argument
If you're autistic
Woah based ad hominem
Happens when someone just used "uh I'm not God" as an actual argument
Really though, you can't believe that everyone is equal but also recognise that racial iq differences exist
Why is there a distinction? Probably due to culture and environment.
Was this part of God's plan? I can't fathom to know.
Or I don't have a positive assertion to a God I should say
>doesn't believe in God
>posts in the Christian channel
Ten outta ten my dude
>can't defend Calvinism going beyond 1 layer deep
You realize any ideology that you differ with could use the exact same argument you have. I could argue for gods existence far better than you because I have read these religious texts
Ok fedora lad
So no argument for Calvinism?
Okay lets look at Christian theology
Does the Bible recognise the tribalistic nature of humanity?
I.e. that differences between groups are inherent
Yeah of course
You're making a conclusion that requires a jump from there that you're not justifying though
Did God make humans as agents of their own free will to some extent?
Let's say yes completely given agency for the sake of the argument
God's nature by it's very definition is essentially a mystery. All we have are the remaining texts that he left to us. That is what we know him by and what we can interpret his will as.
Wait hold up I wanna hear his reasoning
Ok then. Is it the fault of God then that some humans chose to collectivise themselves into groups that are inferior than others?
Sounds like Deism almost.
The reasoning I mean.
In Calvinism *yes*
Thomas is right though - I can't make objective assertions regarding the motives of God
This is my problem with what you're saying
In Calvinism it 100% is the fault of God that people do these things. Both collectivizing and being individually immoral