The extension of Anselms argument argued the connected state of a doughnut like object: (the region within the torus alike to the region outside the torus) as the nature of two beings that were Perfect and could conceive of each other. But being alike as reflections, were really just one: not having the ability to see themselves perfected in each others understanding. A third was posited, but did not have the simple "odd and even" infinite regression of the two models unless the elements were all order two and a member of the Klein four group. There is a sense in which Godliness as taught in the new testament obeys this very real relationship. What we would most desire of others we should see in ourselves, but be wary: Ye shall know them by their fruits!

Reconcilable God And The Dialectic
There is a real sense by which it can be imagined (falsely so) that God is inconsistent if He moves to avenge evil. By removing the judgement of God to a specific time when all will be judged, we avoid a dialectic collapse and can reveal the truely absurd nature by which most people continue to insist that God is an irreconcilable concept. The ultrafilter of perfections found in God is strongest when those that are not perfect show like behaviour. The mind of Christ is not an easy road, but most gratifying.

Here are a couple of examples of how Jesus Christ responded to dialectical questions in His ministry. Without taking part in dialogue, playing a punch and judy contest and without compromising the absolute authority of God over His people.

A Child Called Alice
The Resurrection - The life of the Gospel in God, and the opening of the seven seals. A primer on how to pray for Jesus Christ to raise the dead to life. A quick line of reasoning that should enrich your faith, and give glory to God. That throne above, (Heaven) is never empty. With fear and trembling I write this, but I'm sure Alice would smile.

The Certainty Of An Open Door And His Coming
We can not expect to get everything we ask for. Obedience is a far richer thing to be clothed with than our desires in the eyes of God. However, we can be sure that our Lord Jesus Christ will come soon. Read this page, follow my reasoning: the previous page will help you understand.

No System Of Works
The church is going in the opposite direction to Jesus' intent. With social action and involvement or government participation, debate, dialogue and other means; The church has put on the appearance of sheep that have no real authority - each flock needs more than sheep, they all need to be shepherds. More so than that; they need divine authority.

Alpha And Omega
The earth is the Lord's footstool, evil exists for a reason and only God is a creator. Though everything will be remade anew after the last day of this creation, we are not ever going to become as God. Jesus is the first for whom creation was made. He will be the last when all else is made: We will be heirs of promise, but not God as Jesus Christ IS.

None Other Name Under Heaven Given Among Men
There is no name under heaven other than Jesus whom men may shelter under for salvation. There are prophets even apostles; but Jesus said "Feed my sheep" to Simon Peter. (emphasis on the "my") God does not strike false shepherds lightly for the sake of His own elect under the influence of these spiritual seductions. The Lord's own would gladly leave these structures, but for the time being; at least the Lord knows there is no other authority than His, and I trust they will know it too.

The Comforter – Open Doors
The lack of a direct door to God's physical presence was previously discussed and it was suggested that the answer is for God to be the mover through the door. That would imply a physical second coming... but God is not imperfect and Jesus Christ's soon return is not soon enough for God to fulfil His role as Father, if He is absent. Extending by perfection we obtain that there must be a comforter - the Holy Spirit present with us physically, even though He is Spirit Himself.

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