I do believe God will step in before any huge nuclear disaster. Armeggedon will come before a nuclear incident.
The bible says the earth will stand until times indefinite, which means forever.
A global nuclear bombing will definitely ruin the earth. God is not going to let that happen. His plan is in motion as we speak.
Times indefinite means times indefinite, not "forever".
It generally implies a long time - but it absolutely does not say forever, indefinite means you DON'T KNOW, it's INDEFINITE, NOT DEFINED.
I'm going to skip all the "if he wishes to stop evil, but is unable" crap, and say if he can't write a straightforward sentence, or if he can't communicate his message clearly to all of his creations, what kind of pathetic two bit god have you got?
I mean, the issues with writing your word down to pass it on are obvious - most people have historically not been able to read it, and you're clearly no exception... and you'll further make my point about the idiocy of that approach when you begin talking about the original context and original grammar (which, if they were very important, would have been what you used from the beginning - I'm so tired of all the grammar apologists/revisionists acting like they're victims of the translations they choose to use).
Ending humanity / intelligent life on earth means, effectively, ending all that is or ever was, or any memory of it - it might as well be ending the existence of everything, including existence itself - and yet, that doesn't sound so bleak, when I read your posts. It'd almost be worth destroying all that ever was or will be, to make a totally unarguable point to you.
Now that I consider it, you're trying to deny the possibility of nuclear war, because god's supposed to be the one to kill everyone - your insecurity (in life - the insecurity that makes you waste your life in the pursuit of silly feel-good lies) is showing.
Edited by RooRshack, April 08 2015 - 10:21 AM.