It has multiple ways of being asked. Bear in mind they are all the same question, not different. Let me repeat that: bear in mind that they are all the same question, not different. And again: bear in mind that they are all the same question, not different.
I disagree. Especially since you're demanding we accept your statement without proof. For example, you could have taken the following six statements and shown their relationships to each other. Lazy bastard.
If angels can fall, may devils rise?
Please define your terms of "angel" and "devil". It seems as if a causal relationship between the rising of one and the falling of the other is tenuous, at best.
Are all patterns of thought inborn or learned?
You appear to be excluding the middle term, not to mention using the sweeping generality of "all". Naughty, naughty.
If you believe you are right, then everything you say is right?
Putting aside the fact that this is a sentence fragment, you appear to be conflating perspectives, and poorly defining the second half of your statement.
Can a lepoard change its spots?
Is there any redemption?
From what, exactly?
Is nobility defined or inborn?
You appear to be excluding the middle term. Again. Also, you need to define "nobility".
Hope this helps. Next time, eschew obfuscation.