This series is part of Section Four, Ethics and the Third Person. An index with links to all parts of the work as they are posted can be found here.
This series constitutes Chapter 47, “The Sinner Before the First Sinners”, which also will end the Section.
This chapter mainly reiterates and spells out in some more detail how I arrived metaphysically at the conclusion that rebel supernatural entities exist, but it also arrives at the conclusion that these devils need the same help any of us sinners do: to be saved from their sins. Since that is a rather controversial position, and since I can’t quite figure out where plausibly to split the chapter into two entries, I am redirecting my normal Cadre Journal posting of chapters here (so as to avoid problems posting this chapter on a site dedicated to ecumenical apologetics among Nicene trinitarians, most of whom will not want to even consider that devils also need God’s salvation from sin, much less that God would even try to provide it to them!); and I’ll post the whole chapter, about 16 pages, as bite-sized entries below rather than do my usual two or more series of it.