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Reply Topic: Re: *Eternal* punishment?
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[quote="jeremiah" post=5134]Hey Webb. I'm pretty sure the majority of UR advocates I'm aware of would say you hit the nail on the head. Excepting number one, but only because I'm not sure what you're saying there. :) I imagine a big cause for confusion when people speak of purifying fire is the vast difference between what we envision and our expression of the sight. UR advocates spend a lot of time (myself included) just trying to demonstrate the reasonable plausibility of redemption from hell, that very little time if any is afforded to explaining clearly what we imagine the torments of hell will be like. I trust they won't be much different than the godborne moral forces we experience now in our formation as disciples of Jesus. During which chastisement, one might tell of the anguish involved in struggling against sin, but at the end, it is for our good. I mean this as a parallel only, for naturally the sinner in hell must first be brought to see his need for help and life offered to him by his father. Anyway brother, grace and peace to you man.[/quote]
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