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Re: Good universalist websites? 1 year, 7 months ago #3925

You can also read The Lake of Fire here:

bible-truths.com/lake1.html

To see them all, copy the address above and just replace "lake1" with "lake2" through "lake16"

Re: Good universalist websites? 1 year, 7 months ago #3926

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Thx for the recommends, I'll have to definitely check that out.

Re: Good universalist websites? 1 year, 7 months ago #3927

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Kentucky Reign wrote:
You can also read The Lake of Fire here:

bible-truths.com/lake1.html

To see them all, copy the address above and just replace "lake1" with "lake2" through "lake16"


True, I just always recommend the PDF because you get to keep it, but more importantly you don't miss a piece, and also if someone doesn't copy paste and relies on the 'click to the next part' on the bottom, some parts are MISSING that link...and it's never been fixed....but whatever method words as long you be sure see all the parts...



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Re: Good universalist websites? 1 year, 7 months ago #3930

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www.tentmaker.org/ is well known. I guess maybe you've seen it if you spent more than 2 minutes googling. I read some articles from there a while ago, and I thought it was thorough and good.
"Singalphile" - Name chosen (hastily) to indicate being on a narrow path, pursuing the love of God. Male, upper-30's, USA.
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