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As Long As It Takes

Given a good creator, whom may take as long as He wishes to redeem His creation, the certainty that there will be a time at which point creation must be destroyed (if it is corrupt) follows with the certainty that any corrupting influence within must also be destroyed, if there is an enemy whom creates further evil, such a corruptor must not exist after t2, and whose only purpose would then to be either a cause of t1, to prevent a t2 or in time between t1 and t2 attempt to corrupt the creation so far beyond any redeemability that God becomes a failure and therefore would be judged a "bad" creator before His own, or if there is none, by His own standards.

Now, such a corruptor "D" (for devil) requires no such X, for X = G is enough to show God is not lawfully justified before logical perfection that He is about to destroy His material work if it is irredeemable. D must corrupt as much as is possible, yet God will destroy His creation - but has redeemed the beings within instead of the physical matter. (And they have eternal life in Christ.)

So, given the existence of a devil, we can posit that indeed, this world is the very first made by the creator most high, and that no other "Gods" have any hand in this creation with Him.

All creation is redeemable.

All creators are good.

The creator of all must justify Himself before justifying any other creators. A creator of creators must justify that every creator is "good" before He makes any others.

If that were not true, He would not be "good" - requiring others to redeem their work as a subset of His own - He would have double standards. Either evil is defeated by God most high from the beginning for any other creators to follow or truthfully there is only one creator and God is most high and this is "In the beginning" as He stated. None may copy the work of the most high, else evil persists after t2, and God would be undone.

We can state that it is a virtue then for God to remain at liberty with the decision between (pos(x) and pos(y)) where x is to create and defeat all evil Himself without allowing any further creators, or y, where every subsequent creator may automatically follow suit as an equal. Either way, It is positive that t2 be complete and final from the first work, and this ensures that no other creators are able to make (create) any evil to exist after t2. (Thus we have it is positive for God not to give His glory to any other.)

As God is perfect - A creator of God would not have done a perfect work by creating by proxy: For God did all the work, and not only is due the glory, but is to all intent "the creator" because He is necessarily existent and His creator if any does no work at all.

Yet if such a being creates through God by proxy, God is the one redeeming this creation, and not His creator (if any). Given a corrupting evil, we require redemption if there is a good creator. Given the existence of an enemy, we have a complication: For a corrupting influence is made upon God's creative work, and not truly on the behaviour of His creations.

God's work must be made irredeemable by "D" if D exists. D must make such a t2 an impossibility. Then, God could require an external divine intervention and this would require His sovereignty to be called into question.

The purpose of D is to show that there is necessarily required some infinite descent to some X rather than showing G to be justified in making a t2 final.

That D will not exist past t2 requires D to ensure that t2 be interrupted - yet redemption is in force through Jesus Christ, and the particulate matter of the world was never the intent of the creator, for He formed the Earth to be inhabited.

To be Most High in either case is to create and defeat evil without the presence of any divine interference from another possible creator. God knows He is the only creator, if any were to interfere if they should exist they would interrupt His good work. God, is a redeeming God and is a "good creator". There is no cause for His maker (if any) to redeem in His stead or for His maker to have "created by proxy" to excuse a "bad creator". There is no point in ascending a chain because redemption is at work.

Likewise, there is in no sense the idea that another creator would interfere. The defeat of evil will ensure that God creates no creators beforehand (or after), and siblings under a maker of all will not interfere with evil else their maker is then not "good". In essence, their own justification by their makers own defeat of evil is interrupted by external means.

If any "God" is unable to redeem, then the defeat of evil by their maker Most High is either faulty (Their maker did not justify His creator creations) or it is the case that the maker did not make good creators. God triune is sufficient for offering redemption: If they are one in agreement, there is no sense of infinite descent.

Without interference any God, (created or not) has as long as He likes to correct His own creation without requiring interference or redemption from outside sources.

His maker would not interfere, else would have made a bad creator

His creations could not interfere as they do not yet exist to create, or either they undo their own justification to create. (and of their own creation)

It could be said of God that His siblings are as justified as He to overcome the same evil; yet solutions come down the chain from the top. God Most High solves evil. Siblings do not interfere (God would not make them) lest the justification by their maker be called into question. In interfering, siblings would show their maker made one bad creator as irredeemable (at least). Then their creator is not "good". That creator has not redeemed His own work, and is imperfect.

Then that interference if not desired is an evil that superimposes itself on a good work. That requires defeat by the Most High. Simply put, it must once again have been defeated at the beginning, before any other creators could possibly exist. There would then be no siblings.

Since all creation is redeemed in the first work of the Most High, and there are only (and only one) good creators, there is no quandary of interference by siblings. Every creator is able to redeem His own work. Such interference by siblings may be made unnecessary simply by overcoming all evil when there are no siblings to interfere.

Simply put, in any partially ordered set of chains (where there may be parents, children and siblings), There is an uninterrupted path to the top of the chain in that the Most High would not interfere with the creation of His created creators, and the defeat of evil by the Most High ensures that all interference is unnecessary from the top of the chain back down every path to the bottom. No sibling must necessarily intercede for another. Evil is to all purposes defeated.

God Most High works no interference and is a perfect and good creator. There is no reason for any sibling to interfere if perfection is not moved to do so. It is a fault then to attempt to displace the Most High by deliberately doing such interference, yet a logical fallacy in that evil is defeated already. At the top of the chain, this attempt to displace God is the attempt of a "D" masquerading as a sibling. At the top of the chain, this evil must be defeated. It must be done so at the beginning. D must claim jealously the seat of the Most High.


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