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Best Answer CBartelmey says
Interesting, someting to contemplate.
Paul Swendson says
Thank you for such a thoughtful answer.
nice answer thanks
Catherine Kane says
in theory, though, Jesus has paid the bill for our sins, so if we repent, that's all that's necessary.
Look at the two theives on the crosses at the crucifiction
It's not a question of what's fair. God has made it better than that.
Something to consider, thanks
Not everyone is Christian. On a less spiritual level per say someone committed murder and pleas guilty - he is in repentance. But that does not remove the mandatory jail or life sentence that the judge imposes. Just food for thought.
I get that joanake. "Render unto Caesar" and all that..
This question seemed aimed more at the afterlife, though, which is a very different kettle of fish...
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Darrell Roberts says
But He has also said that, by Jesus, our sins are all forgiven. So at that point, His rules say that eternity burning is neither just nor fair
I think that you're thinking of this in terms of human justice and kinda missing the Divine Point here