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The Biblical Basis is of what a soul is: And the Lord God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul. (Genesis 2:7 KJV) So (the dust of the ground) + (the breath of life) = (a living soul) The word Annihilate has a few meaning so let us decide for different versions (1a) To ...


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First, the idea of the immortality of the soul comes from the Greek dualistic view of body and soul as separate, with a mortal body and an immortal soul. Immortality belongs to God alone (I Tim. 6:16) in the sense of before creation and on to eternity. God offers eternal life (John 3:15–16; 10:28; 17:2; Rom. 2:7; 6:23; 1 Cor. 15:42f; 50, 54; Gal. 6:8; 1 ...


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In the Summa Theologica (First Part, Question 104, Article 3), Aquinas asks "Whether God can annihilate anything?" He concludes, Some have held that God, in giving existence to creatures, acted from natural necessity. Were this true, God could not annihilate anything, since His nature cannot change. But, as we have said above, such an opinion is entirely ...


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Opening Making a distinction between a mortal thing and to annihilate something. With the former, a mortal thing can be killed, made to die, die, with the latter, an annihilated thing is reduced to nothing. From a Catholic perspective, to create means to call [a being] into existence out of nothing. CCC IN BRIEF 318 No creature has the infinite ...


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Jesus makes it very clear in making known in Rev 14 that in the smoke of their torment will ascend for ever and ever in the presence of the holy angels and Himself. Furthermore, according to Isaiah 6:24, He will allow His people to visit/view the eternal fire, after He creates the new heaven and new earth, All flesh come to worship before me, saith the ...


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Your question can be answered from a Biblical standpoint, but really need be asked from a denominational standpoint as differing denominations interpret the Scriptures differently Many denominations use some other Scriptures to make the Scriptures read differently. That having been said, I will give you the Scriptures which deal with this, and I'm sure that ...


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Having the power to do something is not proven by the exercise of that power. Example: Before the world ever was, God had the power to create, yet there was no creation to reveal that power of God. The decision to create flowed purely from God's goodness and the free exercise of the Divine Will. Can God annihilate the soul? Yes he can! for with God ...



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