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Does Jesus Christ explicitly deny transmigration or explicitly state there's only one birth?

The words of Jesus on this subject are in the texts highlighted in bold. The others give other words, inspired by the Holy Spirit, to other believers. Psalm 78:38-39 Ecclesiastes 9:3-6, 11 & 12:1-...
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Does Jesus Christ explicitly deny transmigration or explicitly state there's only one birth?

transmigrate [ˌtranzmʌɪˈɡreɪt, ˌtrɑːnzmʌɪˈɡreɪt, ˌtransmʌɪˈɡreɪt, ˌtrɑːnsmʌɪˈɡreɪt] VERB (of the soul) pass into a different body after death. "his spirit would transmigrate into another being&...
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Overview of positions regarding the eternal/ephemeral nature of the sexes

If you listen to Baptists and Independent Evangelicals, they more often than not will tell you that they are Bible believing Christians. The Baptist doctrine starts with point one which is "The ...
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How do believers in eternal conscious separation/torment reconcile their belief with Jesus' words at Matthew 10:39?

Two part answer, the first addresses the nature of this question and tone in which it is asked/defended. The second is the answer I have to the question, and then I have some comments. About the ...
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How do believers in eternal conscious separation/torment reconcile their belief with Jesus' words at Matthew 10:39?

It's just a symbolisation of the cycle of manifesting your own depression and joy. You also need to note that in the era this was written to live was existing not living. One person paid for the sins ...
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How do believers in eternal conscious separation/torment reconcile their belief with Jesus' words at Matthew 10:39?

Premise 2 surreptitiously slips in a false dichotomy. Spirit Realm Investigator has offered critiques of the several of the other premises; I think good points are raised there. I'll focus my post ...
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How do believers in eternal conscious separation/torment reconcile their belief with Jesus' words at Matthew 10:39?

How do believers in eternal conscious separation/torment reconcile their belief with Jesus' words at Matthew 10:39:- Whoever finds his life will lose it, and whoever loses his life for My sake will ...
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How do believers in eternal conscious separation/torment reconcile their belief with Jesus' words at Matthew 10:39?

I would answer that holding the OP's interpretation of what life means in a consistent fashion rules out the possibility of eternal life being received by anyone who has not been martyred. I would ...
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How do believers in eternal conscious separation/torment reconcile their belief with Jesus' words at Matthew 10:39?

Your argument that writhing in the lake of fire constitutes life is your flawed premise. That's the second death. That may not comport with your preconception of 'life'; that is, any conscious state, ...
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How do believers in eternal conscious separation/torment reconcile their belief with Jesus' words at Matthew 10:39?

Addressing the deductive argument P1: The doctrine of eternal conscious torment/separation asserts that all of the unrighteous are resurrected in immortal bodies and will have physical life forever ...
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How do believers in eternal conscious separation/torment reconcile their belief with Jesus' words at Matthew 10:39?

Whoever finds his life (in this life) shall, at the end of this life, lose his life. But he shall be raised from the dead to give an account. Once judged, he shall be assigned to the lake of fire, ...
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