Most people believe that because God is just that he is obligated to torture endlessly those who do not accept his son as their savior.
But, did God not create evil? Did he not, by creating this universe, allow all possible manifest forms of evil to exist, and so, create evil? One might excuse this assumption if God was a mere carnal man, and as such, could have accidently created evil as a side effect of not what is good. But no, God is omniscient and could not possibly have not known what he had created.
Therefore, is God, by creating evil, obligated to perform justice and torture non-believers in Hell (the place of eternal torture/conscious torment) forever? I see no reason he must be obligated to do so. In fact, from God's perspective he could, essentially, show as much mercy as he wanted to on his creation. Yet, those of ET, seem to think that despite God's very own wishes, that is, to save ALL of men, he must grudgingly allow them to partake in evil for all eternity in the fires of Hell! In such a case, as has been many times stated, evil eternally triumphs over the wishes of its very own maker!!
Is it just me, or does this not make sense? I believe that God, being the ultimate creator of evil, must also have ultimate victory over his creation. Anything less seems to make God weak and obligated to perform actions on his creation he does not even desire to do.