As By The Father

The disjunction of r v p&r-1=>s can also be inverted by negating both sides to r-1 v p&r=>s-1. This, is the maximum extent of liberty in the disjunction that may be excercised by divine virtue L(G). In effect, the complement set of virtue in the octal is taken, and every outcome simply relaxed from one filter to the other. All I need to do on this is simply observe that N¬(p&r-1&¬s) rearranges to N¬(p&s-1&¬r). I may then put from axiom of virtue the result that there must exist some p such that given s-1, there must be some virtue in p to entail s-1 from r.

In effect I force the result that s=r-1 and r=s-1. With r v s this is easy enough to see, and as a disjunction it is proven by the existence of such a virtue, by keeping the disjunction freely decidable.

Now, it may not make sense that p is a virtue in both cases: i.e. does p&r=>s-1 contain the same virtue as p&r-1=>s?

I instead find ¬r v (s-1=>r&p-1) or ¬r v r such that Pos(s-1)=>Pos(r) as there is no positive content in p-1. So such a negation is well formed. We also need Pos(r)=>¬Pos(s) or N¬Pos(r&s), which rightly confounds ones' reason (as in contradiction it is found to be entailed from p, a closed set), were it not that r&s is no positive property in that local closure, being of the excluded middle. It becomes positive to rest on r&s as N(Pos(r&s)-1).

In each K4 group God may freely invert the disjunction by negating both sides. (He may righteously judge.) So, "u-1" v "v-1" becomes "u" v "v" and (r&s)-1 v u&v becomes as r&s v (u&v)-1.

So, in every sense, though the Father is the octal group of the set of all positive properties, since it is indexed to the schema of {e, p, r, s, u-1, v-1, (r&s)-1, u&v} God, is yet able to operate with complete freedom, so that He may separately judge and act in the case of every element of the octal. In reducing to the local closure and judging wisely, the octal acts rather than the schema. There are no positive properties that may not be exemplified at any one time: God, is omnipotent!

In each and every case the schema would be altered by shifting from {p, r, s, u-1, v-1, (r&s)-1, u&v} to {p, r-1, s-1, u, v, r&s, (u&v)-1}. Note that virtue is never inverted.

God the Father then, is perfected in exemplifying any subset in the octal (not just the schema) by the judging of every such virtuous disjunction by His Son Jesus. Christ is the alpha and omega, there is none other.

So "freely decidable" is not the same as "judged" in this sense. The Father has given all judgement into the hands of His Son. Christ is the one for whose pleasure the world was created. If positive properties are able to be judged and discerned by men as if they were as God, no wonder that imperfect men hate Christ's God, and detest His gospel.

God whose will is sovereign, with whom such men conflict when they must direct their own steps, would appear to run roughshod over all - but in working through Christ who has all judgement, men are able to overcome the world by free choice of faith, though only found as "faith effective" in Christ Jesus, made in virtue decided upon in the lamb.

It is God's place to decide all virtue (the set complement is taken, it is not inverted), and if it is pleasing to Christ and His Father, then there is no conflict: Do not confuse the law of Moses with an office of virtue, for the man of virtue will live by the law uncondemned, (he will live in the law) but a man with no virtue lacks charity, and although this is legislated in the law - it is not enforced except in the gospel under faith. (Paul said such a one without charity was "as nothing" - and as such is to be given no place.)

So, the Father acts in weakness by giving all judgment into the hands of His Son.

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