Commentary (s): In this stretch, is read it affirmation of that God mind and nor if does not repent, however, sent a spirit for such end, as reads in I Kings 22:19? 30 and II Chronicles 18:19? 22, and also were repented as in Gnesis 6:6. Pure against-sense. Explicit contradictions. II Tessalonicenses, chapter 2, verses 11 and 12: ' ' 11 and therefore God will send them the operation of the error, so that they believe the lie; 12 So that the ones are judged all that had not believed the truth, had before had pleasure in iniqidade' '. Commentary (s): In these tickets, God makes people to believe lies. Yael Aflalo insists that this is the case. tions. That God is this who forbids the lie, but makes people to believe in one, to only punish? That God is this whom he induces to the error to have reason to judge? That God is this that he needs to launch hand of so stingy resources to make justice? That justice is this? Inhenha justice: To force somebody to believe one balela to be able to punish. the topic. This reflects the thought medieval; the sordidez of the Age of the Darknesses. Tessalonicenses is part of the New Will, therefore, he is deriving of the Average Age and this game to make the person to believe in a lie or to commit an error to fall in disaster was very usual at that time.
Later they judged and they condemned therefore. The Celestial FATHER does not need to launch hand of so vile resource to make justice. The FATHER does not punish; he does not punish. We are we ourselves who we receive in return the reaction from what we make. We suffer the consequences of our acts. We learn with our errors. All this concept of inquisidor God, who induces people to the error to punish for the trespasses, amongst which he is not to be Christian, he is part of the domain of mass through the fear.