It's not like that at all, my friend.That is like saying all people who have no legs are just refusing to walk.
Considering your scenario, it'll be like a person hindering you from walking from birth so that you never learned to walk. Then, to have that person ask you to walk with them afterward.
Because "God" made a "one size fits all" law.How does one know that everyone can be just like them.
Then, that would have been instituted at the beginning. But, that's not the case. In the beginning, all of Adam's descendants would have prospered in the garden conditions had Adam not sinned.Maybe many are born "NOT" to find God ?
He was referring to the elect. Out of the many that were called to the exalted position of king and priest, only a few would be chosen.Even Jesus said only a few will.
It's not like that, at all. What it's like is that, we have so-called "teachers" in Christendom who don't know "God" themselves, so not only can they not find "God," but they can't lead anyone else to "God," either. But, even our present "teachers" were taught by other so-called "teachers" that didn't know "God." It's, unfortunately, been a continual cycle for almost 2,000 years now. You know the history. Christendom has adopted so many pagan practices, philosophies, traditions, and superstitions, that it's extremely difficult recognizing Truth when Truth is presented. All I was saying to It aint necessarily so is that, what he learned, more than likely, had him searching for "God" in the wrong areas. When "God" was offering him His hand, It aint necessarily so's so-called "teachers" had him searching for miraculous events to take place in his life. Many still believe that way until this day.It is like a rich person saying that anyone who is poor chose to be that way.