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Are there references in the gospels that confirm or deny the dual eternal resurrections of both the wicked and righteous souls in the Talmud?

There is no "middling group" in Christianity. When we look at the world, we see that people are a mix of good and evil; but when we look at the Bible, we see He that believeth on him is not ...
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Are there references in the gospels that confirm or deny the dual eternal resurrections of both the wicked and righteous souls in the Talmud?

Are there any references in the Gospels that confirm or deny the dual eternal resurrections of both the wicked and righteous souls in the Talmud? I believe there is at least one clear Gospel reference ...
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Are there references in the gospels that confirm or deny the dual eternal resurrections of both the wicked and righteous souls in the Talmud?

Luke 14:14 says "thou shalt be recompensed at the resurrection of the just", confirming the first group. There are no Gospel scriptures that confirm an eternally conscious resurrection for ...
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How do penance or punishment, as opposed to repentance or destruction, make the universe a better place?

God’s retributive justice has no obvious benefits for the person punished other than satisfying justice. Grace has no conditions of works in its full rehabilitation and no limit to its undeserved ...
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