6. How are sins against the spirit unpardonable but sins against the father and son are not? Questions from gilchrist pc mendross

6. How are sins against the spirit unpardonable but sins against the father and son are not? Using the words of the apostles.

I reply,

The text is:

“Wherefore I say unto you, All manner of sin and blasphemy shall be forgiven unto men: but the blasphemy against the Holy Ghost shall not be forgiven unto men.

This greatly weakens your position because if the Holy Spirit is a thing then how can we blaspheme against a thing? Surely we can only blaspheme against a person?

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2 Responses to 6. How are sins against the spirit unpardonable but sins against the father and son are not? Questions from gilchrist pc mendross

  1. Anonymous says:

    Why does anyone get to ask a simple question why the Ghost is not ever called “Lord”?

    The Spirit of God is subjected to God.
    The Spirit of Prophet is subjected to Prophet.
    The Ghost is an “it” just like tabernacle, a dove, four winds, the river, the voice, the fire.
    Rev 13
    6 And he opened his mouth in blasphemy against God, to blaspheme his name, and his tabernacle, and them that dwell in heaven.

  2. gilchrist pc mendross says:

    @blogmaster
    please check again If I ever said the Holy Spirit is not a person. I never said that.

    But you still haven’t given me the explanation as to why the sins agains the Holy Spirit are unpardonable but the sins against the son and father are not, using the words of the apostles.

    I told a SDAtist in Australia the answer last month. You ask him for the answer.

    Jeez. Do I have to look at every recent post to answer your posts about my questions? Can’t you just do all your answers in one post?

    You are wicked but proper.

    peace

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