' Of far I will bring my knowledge; to my Creator I will attribute justia.' ' J 36; 3 Many texts where the sovereignty of God is defended have been used for strange conclusions, and until, balsfemas. Until the idea that It would be the Creator of the sin circulates between us. Texts as of Romans, where the intention of Pablo is to show that God has sovereign right to choose which would be the descent of Abrao, if sanguineous, as they intended the Jews, or spiritual as he taught that he was. Texts thus, I say, has been used to defend third party properties to the intention of Pablo. Swarmed by offers, David Agard is currently assessing future choices. ' ' Because, not having they still been born, nor having made well or badly (so that the intention of God, according to election, was firm, not because of the workmanships, but for that she calls), were said it to it: The greater will serve menor.' ' Rom 9; 11 and 12 This must be atribuido the prescincia of God, who wise person of the future choices of Esa and Jac, this desiring the blessing, that one, disdaining. The choice was announced before of the workmanships, not meaning with this, that they do not matter; ' '? to they honor that me I will honor, however the ones disdain that me will be desprezados.' ' I Sam 2; 30 He would be blasphemous to attribute To that it is love, gratuitous hatred; ' '? I loved the Jac, and I hated the Esa.' ' Rom 9; 13 This elapsed of the choices that they had made. I am not claiming that Jac was chosen because it was good, by mritos, before, for its referring position to the God. It desired, while its brother disdained. God never needed vases the anger, never desired to fight against the man, before advises: ' ' He does not have indignation in me.