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- Grace on A Framework for Discussing Baptism
- Grizz on A Framework for Discussing Baptism
- mark on Sara Barton: On Bibliolatry
- Glenn on Buried Talents
- Skip on Paul and the Faithfulness of God: Baptism and the Eucharist
- John on A Framework for Discussing Baptism
- Faye @ Beauty Against the Beast on The Story: Ruth the Moabite, Part 3 (The Genealogy and Conclusions)
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- Price on Paul and the Faithfulness of God: Baptism and the Eucharist
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Tag Archives: Eschaton
Fudge points out that the question of immortality was a favorite of Greek philosophers. The seminal work on the subject was Plato’s Phaedo, a dialogue on the question that was well-known among First Century Hellenistic people. The debate Plato writes … Continue reading
[I'm filling in some gaps in my own research by reading through Fudge's The Fire that Consumes. I'm posting multiple posts today, as I want to get finished and move to the next topic.] One of the fundamental doctrines of … Continue reading
The favorite proof text of the everlasting-torment position is Matt 25:46 – (Mat 25:46) “Then they will go away to eternal punishment, but the righteous to eternal life.” As I’ve previously noted, “eternal” translates aionios, the adjective form of aion, … Continue reading
This is just a note to comment on the fact that, although lost humans will die in the Lake of Fire, the devil and his angels will suffer perpetual, unending torment. (Mat 25:41) “Then he will say to those on … Continue reading