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The way to handle this question is to separate fact from opinion. Then we can look at what facts we do know, if any, then come to a conclusion as to whether God is teaching us what it would have been like. It is in 2 Peter 2:4 that we are told that the fallen angels will go to tartaroo (this has been mistranslated in the KJV, which does not mention ...


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If we read the story literally, God comes out of it very poorly. An omniscient God knew what the consequences of putting the tree in the garden must inevitably be. He still put it there; so he deliberately engineered human disobedience. To then punish all humans through all generations, because their earliest ancestor failed a test that God knew he must ...


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Your statement that people choose to go to Hell is invalid. People choose not to go to Heaven. With the fall of mankind in chapter 3 0f Genesis: This will be fairly extensive and I will be quoting a lot of Scripture from the King James translation The serpent deceives Eve 1 Now the serpent was more subtil than any beast of the field which the LORD God ...


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The statement of "choosing to go to hell" is an over-simplification that really is an example of intellectual laziness, and is a great example of the difference between the "true theology" of a group and the type of pop-theology that springs up and causes great confusion. Looking at it from any side, saying that people choose to go to hell does not make ...


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It means that in the end, you get what you choose. If you chose evil, consequences follow. If you choose good, consequences follow. Also remember that our motives matter. There IS as difference whether I reject Christianity because I didn't understand, or because I fear that my friends will laugh at me if I openly show it. That happens more often than you ...



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