Puritan Board Graduate
His will is an extension of his unchanging, perfect character.
Is there any Scriptural exegesis that can support this claim? And what results when God's positive commandments take precedence over His moral commandments, as in the case of Abraham being told to sacrifice his son?
In the case of Abraham God did not allow the complete fulfillment of his positive command.
I wonder: is there anywhere in Scripture where God's positive commands took precedence over his moral will and was carried through to the completed obedience of the positive command with a resultant violation of his moral will? Off the top of my head, I can't think of any.
Did Abraham sin by intending to kill his son?