We are told that a third of the angels severed that bond, and they had a good look at heaven and its god first. What do you suppose that they knew that we can't know yet? Why aren't we permitted to hear their reasons from them, or how they feel about their choice now?
You are not obligated to answer any questions with words, but evading them is also an answer of sorts, one that says that you have no answer.yep..fully one third of the Angels ( sometimes I call them angles , it's my stupid auto correct ..just, so you know ..) severed that bond .. The fallen Angels were amazing creatures full of intellect , beauty , inner strength ...they felt they didn't need God ..that worship of God is for the weak minded , low intelligences , brain washed serving godbots ...Demons , have a high opinion of themselves ..
Our freewill is here and now, some of strive for Gods kingdom ; some don't ..
I realize that. The questions are really rhetorical questions - questions making a statement rather than seeking information. You're not alone.
Those are among dozens of questions that an open-minded person might like answered before he accepts Christianity's claims. The absence of any good answer is answer enough.
Let me ask you again: Do you expect to still have your free will in heaven, or to be stripped of it between here and there?
My question is not moot (modern sense) if you believe that you are working for a place in heaven, or think that it might be possible.I'm not trying to shut you down , but your question seems moot ..If I make my choice "now" ( God or perdition )..why, would I want to change it , in Heaven ..?
Should I ask you a third time ("Do you expect to still have your free will in heaven, or to be stripped of it between here and there?"), or shall we just end this one the same way we did the last one?