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I agree with the cartoon. I understand the word death to have a different meaning to the word destruction. I believe it means separation. That takes a few weeks and decomposition. What happens at death is that our bodies and souls are separated from each other. At the second death people are separated from God—the source of all pleasure, comfort and help. Fire and brimstone are small problems compared to being deprived of all that is good! Most believers can remember the agony of a life apart from Christ. I believe that is a small thing compared to the extent of separation experienced in the second death.

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Reading this article put some fire in my step today. Thanks for streams of living water putting out some flames on such a hot topic. Simply refreshing. Jesus did talk about darkness and it seems mostly to the self rightous. He dedicated a whole chapter to it. Matt Which ends with his sweet anology of how a hen longs to gather everyone who believes under his wings. It reminded me of the Psalm I share with people who have lost a pet. Psalm NLT. You care for people and animals alike, O Lord.

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All humanity finds shelter in the shadow of your wings. Grace and Peace to all I pray in our perfect and purely refreshing solid rock Jesus. Your all more awesome than you know! Apology for incorrect verse Matt 25 when Jesus spoke to the self righteous. Its Also a humble apology for not a clear post. First time posting and using a phone. Feel free to refresh it. Thanks again. Another good post Paul! Here is a thought to ponder relating to your post and some of the comments:. I have since formed some conclusions of my own, but would like to hear what the forum has to say in the light of the topic being discussed….

All-Men are declared My Beloved …. Appreciate your comments, but please keep them short. I find it somewhat disturbing how many evangelicals are turning to annihilationism whether you like that word or not. I would love to hear some comments concerning the rich man and Lazarus from Luke It certainly appears that the rich man is in hell and in torment. The thought of that is awful,and the passage has been the cause for many to witness…. Short version: the rich man is not in hell. This story should not be read as the Wikipedia entry for hell. We choose. For choice to mean something we must be responsible for it.

What does anyone think Is intrinsic to a person and not God determined that enables the right choice while not present in another who choses life without God? Thank you. Maybe he was. The problem is that that sort of makes it seem like all inclusionists are that stupid.

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Or, that they like to be referred to as an ism. Hi Josh, it is not my intention to make anyone appear stupid. We are to test and examine doctrines and spirits, not brothers. Also, what about my request that you debate someone who truly knows their stuff and have embraced inclusionism? Why not dialogue with someone like X or Y? Maybe if you talk to someone knowledgeable we can all come out learning from each other and have more understanding.

The way this post is presented comes off somewhat arrogant. Josh, you are making a number of assumptions here. Perhaps what you really want is a public debate.

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I have not. Such a debate may not be possible, for the gospel must be taken on faith or not at all, whereas inclusionism is a philosophical teaching that appeals to reason. Faith is necessary but not sufficient.