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Eternal torment proved annihilation refuted – Bible

Refuted!!! Eternal torment or annihilation? Hell is annihilation and not eternal punishment Man has no conscious existence apart from the body after he dies False teachers of annihilation: Jehovah’s Witnesses, Christadelphians, Seventh-day Adventists, Herbert W. Armstrong/plain truth magazine.

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The Truth About Death – Dividingword

The Truth About Death Please Note : While the Webmaster of this site may agree with the authors on articles concerning Conditional Mortality it does not mean there is total agreement with the views expressed by authors in other areas of doctrine.

God is Not a Torturer: Debunking the Doctrine of Eternal

Oct 17, 2012 · Their eternal torment is not caused by the lake of fire, since they argue it goes out, but by mental anguish. The argument is so completely refuted, we have designated it …

Hell: Biblically Dispelling the Myth of Eternal Torment

As pointed out a couple of times in this study, the doctrine of eternal torment is the silent subject of the church. This is strange when considering the importance of the issue of eternal damnation — it literally deals with the eternal fate of masses of humanity. Yet you …

Eternal Punishment and Annihilation (Eternal Death) Refuted

Eternal Punishment and Annihilation (Eternal Death) Refuted “Eternal” Punishment (Matthew 25:46) Is NOT Found In The Greek New Testament – By Tony Nungesser and Gary Amirault.The concept of “Everlasting Punishment” is NOT found in the original Greek Manuscripts of the Bible.

Rational Christian Discernment : Annihilation Refuted

Annihilation Refuted. -Eternal Torment: the souls of dead unbelievers or unrepentant sinners suffer eternal punishment in literal flames. -Annihilationism: souls of dead unbelievers and/or unrepentant sinners get destroyed immediately (instead of eternal damnation in flames). Defenders of the “Annihilation” doctrine would

Discussion: Eternal torment or annihilation? – Bible

Eternal conscious torment: A loving God wouldn’t do it! Someone said (more or less) that, for the Bible to say that God is holy, just, loving and merciful presupposes that those words mean something factual in regard to God, and to say that He is infinitely so, also presupposes that that word means something, too.


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