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The only one who can answer your question is God himself, since he alone knows his reasons for creating things and why they must end as they do. That being said we do have some guidance about this in the Bible. All Scripture is quoted from the King James translation, unless otherwise noted. As a lifelong Southern Baptist I can pass on to you what I have ...


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Can a creation annihilate itself? A computer cannot shutdown by itself unless it was programmed. A pot cannot make itself fall down and break into pieces unless someone or something pushes it. A soul cannot make itself vanish or even heal itself from it's corrupted state. You may kill your body but you cannot kill your soul. Only God is capable of ...


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Question: God is just, so what would be God's justification according to the Bible of Not allowing the choice of annihilation of yourself if you found out Jesus actually never knew you after death? Answer: This question cannot be answered from any Christianity and from the Bible because it is essentially asking why God has established things contrary to ...


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When God created Adam, Genesis 2:7 He breathed in his nostrils His breath. Since God cannot die so does our soul. For that reason God created eternal hell. He has given us ample opportunity to correct our way of life even sacrificed His Son that we can have redemption through. I understand everyone deserves hell because of sin, but God allowing eternal ...


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God doesn't create people for the sole purpose of leading a tormented eternal existence in hell. God is love. God is so much love and justice that we cannot even begin to grasp the concept of it. Every person will be judged according to their personal situation, according to what personal obstacles and understanding or lack of it they were exposed to. God ...


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The idea of eternal conscious torment is one of those traditions carried over from medieval Catholicism that's heavily defended in Protestantism but not really taught in Scripture, or if it is, not plainly. It can be defended with proof-texts to be sure, but is it explicitly and clearly taught? No. In large part the idea of eternal conscious torment in hell ...



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