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The broken tools

Normally I would just post up some Scripture and leave things there, but two heavy questions have been pressing on my mind for some time now and I wish to take some moments to address them.
The first concerns a rather knotty and difficult moral problem that faces Christians everywhere:
Does God really forgive all sins, no matter how terrible, except for blasphemy against the Holy Spirit?
The answer can only be: yes, He does.
Now, whenever this is mentioned in polite company among the well-educated elite, the man who makes this statement is always greeted with a look of incredulity and a follow-up that goes something like:
"So your god would forgive even murderers, rapists, serial killers, and paedophiles?!?"
Again, the answer is: yes, He could and would - if He is asked by someone who truly repents.
This makes the hardest kind of sense. But the evidence tells us that it is true.
Take a look at good old Saul of Tarsus, who became the Apostle Paul. He was the very definition …

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