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sukanto Kuri
Jul 17, 2022
In Christianity Forum
Inspired by the moralism of philosophy, they team up to resist Michael, forcing Michael to think about what it means to be a demon, and then discover that he is not Don't want to be the devil so much. When they become friends, Michael wants to help the four sinners find a way out so they don't end up in hell. In the process, they found that the laws of the universe had loopholes, so they called the arbiter of the universe: the judge, and tried to revise the rules of judging human beings. The flip itself is fun. In Christianity, God created the world and is an absolute being. So God can't go wrong when judging human beings. Image Manipulation Service But The Good Place doesn't emphasize that this is a Christian world. There's heaven and hell in there, and people who can go to the middle ground (only one ever) under the scoring system. Who created the universe is not explained in the story. All the higher spirits have all the abilities, but they can only use them, and they don't know where they came from, even the highest judges. Meaning there may be God, but there may not be. The creator did not appear anyway. The mere fact that human beings dare to challenge God's law is itself anti-Christian. But the screenwriter didn't stop here. As the story reached the fourth season, all the adventures and challenges experienced by Elinor and other six people successfully persuaded the judge. They advocated that the grading standards for human beings were wrong and should be reset, instead of determining merits and demerits based on cause and effect during their lifetimes, and that human beings must be able to change for the better in order to determine the final score.
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