Does God desire the good of his creatures?


God is all good. Therefore, God desires the good of all his creatures. But, if humankind was created to find their fulfillment in God, and God only regenerates some fallen humans to be fulfilled in Him, then he does not desire the good of all his creatures. Thus, He is not all good. There is some evil desire in Him.

Of course, there is no evil desire in God. So what does this mean?

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One thought on “Does God desire the good of his creatures?

  1. It means the premises used in the reasoning to ‘arrive’ at the onmi- cast of attributes is faulty. And the most likely candidate is the absence of the object this subject presumes to have.

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