I am not ignoring you, you just wrote allot to comment on. This will be just a short comment, then I will try to address your comments in more depth. In the 55 years that I have been a student of the scriptures I have learned many valuable lessons. One of the largest most profound lessons that I have learned is about cognitive dissonance, in which when a new thought comes up against an entrenched belief, the human brain cycles over and over again, the memory which holds the greatest content. Even when faced with indisputable physical evidence, people will cling to entrenched beliefs, rather than expand intellectual capacity, which appears to be, that the human brain is infinitely capable of, proving once again, that cognitive dissonance is not altogether a natural protective reflex, but rather a stubborn willful exercise. A case in point, in which there is overwhelming archeological evidence is about human sacrifice. Man’s history is littered with humans, killing other humans, to appease some fictional god. This has been going on since Cain and Able, killing the innocent over a form of worship .In particular, child sacrifice, in which both history and scripture verify that the Jews were entrenched in child sacrifice that even God could not stop them, even Solomon got involved in it. Noah’s flood is an example of mankind ruining themselves to the point that even God cannot fix them. A person can drive themselves to the point of mental corruption that there is no recovering from, remember, God does not create robots, free will must be maintained, God does not interfere with free will, a person is free to choose evil, God is not going to stop him at this time, he has set apart from his own will, a time in which he allows evil to work out it’s full course. And in so doing, he prepared a buffer from himself, so that with evil, God can never be charged. The buffer between evil and God is Christ. God stepped back, and gave control to Christ, Christ is going to faithfully fix it, then hand this Kingdom back over to his Father. Until then, God is going to allow man to bring this earth and all life on it to the point that unless God steps in to stop this evil destruction, nothing will live through it. To accomplish this, God allows man to run amuck on the surface of this earth, physically, spiritually, mentally and intellectually, he lets man do what ever they want, for a time, then God will step in. The farther mankind can lead mankind away from God, the greater evil they can convince their fellow man to commit. And human sacrifice is the greatest of all evils in my view. There are lots of ways to get a man killed, and man has no shortage of implements for that, from the forceps of a doctor, pulling the head off of a child while they are still alive and the nurses weep at night on their beds, from the haunting of the screams of that child as it is being ripped apart, to the wars always fought on foreign soil, where the horrors of it are hidden from the view, of those who impose and finance them. Man continues to slaughter man. The message of Christ was that upon his return, it was not wars and earthquakes, and starvation, and pestilence, he said these things must take place, do not be terrified of them. His message was that what was going to get a man killed upon his return was what he believed. It is the belief system of man that will determine his survival upon Christ return. This belief that evil men and disobedient angels are held by God in a place of torture forever is an accusation against God of perpetuating eternal torment. It is accusing God of the very evil that he condemns. Many so called Christian faiths believe in something they call “Grace” in which God forgives them eternally no matter what evil they commit, a once saved, always saved, belief system. This belief is nullified by the belief in eternal torment. This would mean that God does not forgive them, so which is it ? This belief would also suggest that there is no resurrection from the dead, since the dead are not really dead, they have simply transmigrated to a different life form, and reside in heaven or hell, so therefore all of the scriptures referencing to the dead as residing in the dust and Gods words to Adam that man will return to the dust, are in fact lies, calling God a liar. This belief also suggest that the creation of the physical universe and earth are without purpose or planning, because no life form will reside in them, if man is to either be in heaven or hell, the earth is without purpose, once again calling God a liar, when he said that he made the earth to be inhabited by man forever. Not accusing you of a belief in the Trinity, but those who believe in the immortality of the soul, that is to say, that God has the power to create life, it is just that he does not have to power to destroy life, also believe in the Trinity, and in 55 years of talking about God to people I have found that there is nothing that anyone can do to change the cognitive dissonance of a Trinitarian, no matter how many times Jesus said he was the Son of God, they call him a liar, insisting that he is actually God himself, no matter how many times Jesus said he had a Father, they claim that he is simply lying, he actually is the Father. Well that will give you some fat to chew while I address some of the rest of the points you made.