Rethinking Hell | Exploring Evangelical Conditionalism (Annihilationism) - Forum Kunena Site Syndication http://rethinkinghell.com/ Sun, 25 Feb 2018 07:57:25 +0000 Kunena 1.6 http://rethinkinghell.com/components/com_kunena/template/example_/images/icons/rss.png Rethinking Hell | Exploring Evangelical Conditionalism (Annihilationism) - Forum http://rethinkinghell.com/ en-gb Subject: Is It Okay to Be Satisfied With Annihilation? - by: noctuary http://rethinkinghell.com/forum/2-general-discussion/5269-is-it-okay-to-be-satisfied-with-annihilation#5269 http://rethinkinghell.com/forum/2-general-discussion/5269-is-it-okay-to-be-satisfied-with-annihilation#5269 General Discussion Thu, 22 Feb 2018 19:47:52 +0000 Subject: Heb 9:27 and the second death - by: timsimmk http://rethinkinghell.com/forum/2-general-discussion/5249-heb-9-27-and-the-second-death?limit=6&start=6#5249 http://rethinkinghell.com/forum/2-general-discussion/5249-heb-9-27-and-the-second-death?limit=6&start=6#5249 once, but the Bible speaks of a "second death". Traditionalists claim that Heb 9:27 is referring to physical death and the "second death" is a spiritual death experienced when one is physically alive after resurrection. They thus argue that a person only ever physically dies once and so Heb 9:27 holds true.

How do conditionalists respond to this? If the "second death" is a final state of complete physical death after resurrection and judgment, how can it be said that man is appointed to die only once?]]>
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Subject: Obscure quote from Robert Morey - by: timsimmk http://rethinkinghell.com/forum/2-general-discussion/5246-obscure-quote-from-robert-morey#5246 http://rethinkinghell.com/forum/2-general-discussion/5246-obscure-quote-from-robert-morey#5246 Death and The Afterlife (a book which in my opinion is full of faulty reasoning and poor exegesis) there is the following quote stated to be from the Midrash "De Rationes, Ch. XIII":

"We do not fear him who appears to be able to kill the body; for Abraham, Isaac and Jacob receive those who die for the law; but greater danger of eternal torment is the allotment of the soul."

I can't find this quote anywhere but in Morey's book. Does anyone know exactly where it comes from?]]>
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