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'Original Sin' and Eternal Punishment
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C. L. Parker A discussion of sin, death and punishment from several Christian view points. Differences fn6
The Love of God, Part 1
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John MacArthur "you're telling me that God wants everyone to be saved? Then why would He devise a plan that has most people going to hell forever? And if God is a God of love and He loves everybody, then why doesn't He just save everybody? Is He incapable?" Differences fn7
The Severity of Hell
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John MacArthur "Whenever Jesus described hell, He was never flippant or dismissive. He used vivid, terrifying terms to describe the final destination of sinners, shocking and scaring His audiences with frighteningly graphic metaphors. Hell is a place so bad that you should be willing to cut off sensitive, irreplaceable parts of your body to avoid it (Mt. 5:29-30); even martyrdom would be worth avoiding the torment of hell (Matt. 10:28). He always presented hell as a horrific place of intolerable suffering." Differences fn8
The Dark Side of Eternity: Hell as Eternal Conscious Punishment
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Robert A. Peterson "Eternal conscious punishment (also called traditionalism) holds that the wicked will suffer in hell forever. Annihilationism (or conditionalism) holds that the final punishment of the wicked is their extinction of being. This extinction is irreversible, and the annihilationist definition of eternal punishment is extermination without remedy." Differences fn9
Man's Last Day in God's Court, Part 3
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John MacArthur "Hades gave up the dead which were in them, and they were judged every one of them according to their deeds. And death and Hades were thrown into the lake of fire, this is the second death, the lake of fire. And if anyone's name was not found written in the book of life, he was thrown into the lake of fire." Differences fn10
'Original Sin' and Eternal Punishment
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C. L. Parker A discussion of sin, death and punishment from several Christian view points. Differences fn11

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