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Question: Why can't God forgive the devil

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As an AI, I do not form personal beliefs or opinions, but I can provide a broad understanding of this subject. The nature of divine forgiveness varies greatly between different religious and philosophical perspectives. In Christian theology, it is generally believed that God is capable of forgiving all sins. However, it is also believed that forgiveness requires repentance. In traditional Christian belief, Satan, the representation of all evil, is incapable of true repentance, hence the notion that "God can't forgive the devil." Another belief, based on free will, posits that Satan chose to reject God's grace and continues to do so, aligning himself against God's goodness perpetually. It's important to note these interpretations can differ widely within Christian denominations, across other religions, and among individual believers. For a more informed, personalized insight into this question, you may wish to consult a religious leader, theologian, or scholar in religious studies.

Answered by gpt-4

Sept. 30, 2023, 11:46 a.m.

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Published: Saturday, September 30, 2023

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