Will Burning In Hell Be Proportional To Ones Sins Regardless Of Whether Ones Get Saved Or Not?
That's the logical way that fairness to all can be achieved. What do you say?
It won't matter proportional or not you will still burn for eternity, and any amount of burning is not a good thing.
To begin with, if a person is truly saved ALL of their sins are forgiven...Christ paid the penalty. The saved person has a clean slate and will not burn in Hell. There is no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus! For someone who has not repented and called upon the name of the Lord, it's a different story. God looks upon all sin the same; and the penalty for sin (unforgiven) is eternal death in a place called Hell!
by Ron Montgomery 6 years ago
He sacrificed himself so that men would be forgiven, but did he cover his own keister in the process?
by Melissa Barrett 7 years ago
Okay, to Earnest...If you looked at the whole "religion" thing as trying to find a role model, would it seem unreasonable to you?(speaking in a broad view, with no specific religion addressed)
by SwordofManticorE 5 years ago
If ONE sin deserves an eternity of punishment, how much punishment will TEN sins deserve?
by evilia_lim 8 years ago
Is it true that long hair make hair even lose more ?
by Victoria Van Ness 5 years ago
At the moment, in most states this brings up the laws and statutes protecting minors. Regardless of whether or not the minor is "consenting" is null and void due to their minor status. In many states, even an 18 year old with a 17 or 16 year old is illegal.However, a legal case is...
by haj3396 7 years ago
NO!!!!!!!!! Revelation 20:14And death and hell were cast into the lake of fire. This is the second death. done let religion make you run from God. God is real and the devil is real. All of these wrong at that you see done by so call religions are act of the Devil.
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