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В основном заинтересованы в корпоративных мобильных интеграции.


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comment How can God be just in light of Deuteronomy 23:3?
@SethJ @ Dan Thanks for your feedback. I hope no one thinks I'm trolling or trying to pick on anyone. I originally asked this on Christianity SE and it was migrated here. And this question is very important to me personally as it goes against my conception of God as the epitome of goodness. Hence I'm interested in information and debate.
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Aug
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comment How can God be just in light of Deuteronomy 23:3?
"The bad effect of sin is not a punishment; it is a natural consequence." The child not receiving appropriate parental care might be a natural consequence but a decree to not let him enter congregation does not seem like a natural consequence. Further more would a great great grand child of eight generation even know what or why his ancestor did? Would the consequence linger till then? Not unless one makes it linger with a decree of discrimination.
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revised How can God be just in light of Deuteronomy 23:3?
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asked How can God be just in light of Deuteronomy 23:3?
Aug
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comment Why can't an illegitimate child enter the temple?
@DoubleAA That is informative. Perhaps I should bring more of my Old testament curiosities over here. :)
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comment Why can't an illegitimate child enter the temple?
@ba Thanks for clarifying the context. But the answer does not satisfy my curiosity. Please see my edit.
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revised Why can't an illegitimate child enter the temple?
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Aug
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comment Why can't an illegitimate child enter the temple?
@DoubleAA That doesn't make a difference. My question is about the goodness of God not the place/location.
Aug
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asked Why can't an illegitimate child enter the temple?