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    Why do Christians believe in a place of torment called Hell?

    . People penned up in the fiery section of Hades may or may not be fully aware of all they've lost. Many are doubtless aware of at least their loss of immortality; but I'm not so sure they know about the bulk of their loss because not even that many Christians are aware of all they've gained by...
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    . • 1Cor 16:14 . . Do everything in love. The Greek word translated "love" in this instance is agape (ag-ah'-pay) which doesn't necessarily indicate fondness or affection, but always indicates benevolence; defined by Webster's as the disposition to do good, e.g. generosity, charity, altruism...
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    Why do Christians believe in a place of torment called Hell?

    . There are no private discussions and/or conversations on an open forum; it's all available for public observation and comment. Everything you say on the open forum can, and will be, used either for you or against you. Don't be afraid to use the Start Conversation link. It's actually pretty...
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    HADES

    . It's easy to assume that only really bad people are in hell. But according to Matt 7:23-27, John 3:3-8, John 3:14-20, John 3:36, and Rev 20:11-15, anybody can be there; both the good, the bad, and the not so bad-- bikers, bakers, lawyers, welders, actors and actresses, housewives, bankers...
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    . • 1Cor 16:13a . . Be on your guard, stand firm in the faith, be men of courage; be strong. The Greek word translated "men of courage" is andrizomai (an-drid'-zom ahee) which basically means to act manly; defined by Webster's as: (1) having qualities generally associated with a man; viz...
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    Why do Christians believe in a place of torment called Hell?

    Private discussions are out of place on a public forum. You should do your one-on-one business by means of the Start Conversation link. To access it; click Sakla's icon. _
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    Why do Christians believe in a place of torment called Hell?

    . English language and grammar are a bit of a challenge for some folk. _
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    Why do Christians believe in a place of torment called Hell?

    . ATHEIST: There is no fiery afterlife. RESPONSE: You have attested to a fact. Therefore the burden of proof is upon you. CHRISTIAN: There is too a fiery afterlife. RESPONSE: You have attested to a fact. Therefore the burden of proof is upon you. AGNOSTIC: I neither affirm nor deny the...
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    HADES

    . • Matt 5:9 . . Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called sons of God. Peace is actually one of the negative aspects of Heaven because peace is not ideal for people who thrive in a society where behaviors like the ones listed below are the norm. Discord, hatred, factions...
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    . • 1Cor 16:1-3 . . Now about the collection for God's people: Do what I told the Galatian churches to do. On the first day of every week, each one of you should set aside a sum of money in keeping with his income, saving it up, so that when I come no collections will have to be made. Then, when...
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    Why do Christians believe in a place of torment called Hell?

    There's no scientific reason to believe he's anything at all, let alone a deity. _
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    Why do Christians believe in a place of torment called Hell?

    . Muslims believe in the Koran's afterlife, just as Christians believe in the Bible's afterlife, and Hindus believe in the Bhagavad Gita and/or the Vedas' afterlife. None of those holy books, including the Bible, qualify as empirical scientific evidence. What empirical scientific evidence...
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    Why do Christians believe in a place of torment called Hell?

    . Quoting the Bible to prove that the Bible's afterlife is true, is sort of like a judge acquitting a defendant because he says he didn't do it. _
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    Why do Christians believe in a place of torment called Hell?

    . I'm often asked why I believe in a Hell when there exists no scientific empirical evidence proving beyond a hint of sensible doubt there's an afterlife at all, let alone a fiery afterlife. Well; I freely admit that my belief in an afterlife is unreasonable, illogical, and unscientific. But my...
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    HADES

    . Heaven is sometimes depicted as a mountain with any number of roads around the base heading towards the top. Well; classical Christianity accepts only one of those roads reaches the top; viz: the rest are dead-ends, loops, terraces, circles, and cul de-sacs, i.e. no outlets and nowhere to go...