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Protestants, does Jesus in Luke 13:28 say that people in hell will be tormented by being able to look into heaven and see what they're missing out on?

Not a complete answer, but my response here is the beginning of the Seventh Day Adventist view...)i do not have time at this point this morning to reference the latter half of my answer. Notice ...
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Protestants, does Jesus in Luke 13:28 say that people in hell will be tormented by being able to look into heaven and see what they're missing out on?

There is a textual and thematic connection between your passage in Luke and Psalm 107:2-3: Let the redeemed of the Lord tell their story— those he redeemed from the hand of the foe, those he ...
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Protestants, does Jesus in Luke 13:28 say that people in hell will be tormented by being able to look into heaven and see what they're missing out on?

NOTE: I posted this answer under the misapprehension that this was the Hermeneutics.SE site (I'd just been looking at it, and this looked like a question about the meaning of a single verse.), so I ...
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Why is Rome referred to as Babylon in Rev 17 and 18?

Revelation is always a touchy issue. Everyone has an interpretation. Rome is traditionally, and popularly, referred to as the city on the seven hills. There are also other factors that would ...
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Why is Rome referred to as Babylon in Rev 17 and 18?

Glorifies a woman, uses a cup for worshiping, is full of idols, and is guilty of killing millions... Roman Catholic Church in Rome, a type of church-state. There is only one religious and political ...
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Psalm 88: does it apply to the New Testament's Christian God?

Like Job, the psalmists often expressed their complaints to God and cried to him for deliverance. This kind of psalm is known as a lament, and there are many of them, including Psalms 3, 4, 5, 7, 9-10,...
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Psalm 88: does it apply to the New Testament's Christian God?

Q: Do we Christians read the Old Testament as a historical artifact only, or more than that? For the first 1,500 years of the Christian church's existence, the book of Psalms was the most read, ...
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Psalm 88: does it apply to the New Testament's Christian God?

You asked two questions, one of them probably overly broad, but I'll reply (at least briefly) to both. Is the God that this psalm refers to the same God as our Christian God, i.e. Christ's father in ...
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Psalm 88: does it apply to the New Testament's Christian God?

The Psalm does not describe God as "a God that abandons his children and could care less about them being fruitful and having support etc.", since it does not say the response that the ...
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