Comment: If someone presented a logical argument contrary to your beliefs

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If someone presented a logical argument contrary to your beliefs

Re: "I wouldn't want to know."

If someone presented a logical argument contrary to your beliefs, would it change your mind?

Re: "Again, people are chosen a destiny."

Their destiny is based on either the penalty for the sins they've chosen to do, or based on the mercy of God who steps in and saves some despite what they've chosen to do. Romans 9:15 "For he says to Moses, "I will have mercy on whom I have mercy, and I will have compassion on whom I have compassion."
Yes God has purpose for having mercy on some and not having mercy on others both of whom deserve damnation for their own choices. But to say that people's choosing of their sins is not their own fault is illogical, and is a well documented error: http://www.ligonier.org/learn/articles/double-predestination/