Rom 12:2 part 1 function of KAI
wross at farmerstel.com
Mon Jan 4 12:23:26 EST 1999
There is a school of thought that says "God has a good will, an acceptable
will and a perfect will and we might do one (i.e. His acceptable will) but
not the other (i.e. his perfect will)."
Of course KAI would not support this, eh? I mean that would be ALLA, no?
Philosophically, a will is tied to one's ultimate goal and that is one. God
doesn't have multiple wills.
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