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Is Anyone Hellbound?

AlpenaSD Wrote: Oct 07, 2012 12:01 PM
That would be unjust of God to just dismiss their sin in that manner, Dean, for God requires that sin be punished, as seen by the Cross of Jesus Christ. Therefore, the justice of God requires "that sin which is committed against the most high majesty of God, be also punished with extreme, that is, with everlasting punishment of body and soul." (Heidelberg Catechism, Question and Answer 11)
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Is Anyone Hellbound?

AlpenaSD Wrote: Oct 03, 2012 8:37 PM
The reason hell goes on forever, Jack, is because men can NEVER pay for their sins, even while suffering in hell. Jesus makes it clear in John 10:17-18, that to pay for ones sins, Jesus had to lay down his life WILLINGLY. But the ungodly are incapable of any willingness to submit to God, so their sin remains, forever.
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Marriage and Political Experience

AlpenaSD Wrote: May 10, 2012 1:05 AM
If you take the Bible out of the equation, to answer the question, then you still have nature staring them in the face. Take a look, the parts...don't...fit. It's not just the Bible, but nature also, testifying that homosexuality is not normal. To give gays the right of marriage, then, is to normalize something that is not normal; something I'm not willing to do, even without the Bible.
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The Truth About Mormonism

AlpenaSD Wrote: Apr 16, 2012 3:48 AM
Correct me if I’m wrong, but the Mormon faith says that God and Jesus are separate entities who have progressed to a divine state and that I can do the same. Since Jesus is “the same yesterday, today and forever” (Heb. 13:8), how did this change to the divine state take place? According to Isaiah 45:22-23, Jehovah is the God before Whom “every knee shall bow” and none else. How can Paul give this same honor to Jesus? Philippians 2:10-11. Are they not then one and the same? If you knew the Bible, you would see there are many Scriptures like this one that testifies that God and Jesus are one being, not Constantine.
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If You Can’t Beat The Truth, Silence It

AlpenaSD Wrote: Apr 03, 2012 12:40 PM
Just as Jude talks about men who are "twice dead" in Jude 1:12, so too, this Judge is "twice damned," so to speak, as he not only rejects God, but tries to deny others access to that same God.
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