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So should we bow to the Scriptural teaching of the doctrine of eternal punishment, or do we allow human 'arguments from outrage' to override the clear teaching of Scripture?... if, as most of the Christian world has believed, the Bible does teach that the unsaved will be tormented eternally, then we should say that it is fit punishment, and build a model from there.

Socrates, Theology Web 10 Comments [10/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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no-genius

I guess Vizzini was right...

1/10/2009 1:23:07 PM

rw23

Socrates wants his name back.

1/10/2009 3:00:25 PM

Faxon

Prowdly prepring to march backwards off of a cliff I see.

1/10/2009 3:50:51 PM

Apeiron

How can someone like this use "Socrates" for a name?

1/10/2009 3:56:25 PM

Allegory for Jesus

"If, as most of the Christian world has believed, the Bible does teach that the unsaved will be tormented eternally, then we should say that it is fit punishment, and build a model from there."

Conservative Christianity: EXPLAINED.

9/24/2010 5:37:16 PM

Justanotheratheist

Human "arguments" will forever more override whatever your wretched Scriptures have to say. I can only repeat, the real world does NOT give a shit about what it says in the Wholly Babble.

Now the real Socrates called. He would like to meet you for a drink.

9/24/2010 10:47:59 PM

Philbert McAdamia

the clear teaching of Scripture

Ppppffffffffffffmuaaaahahahahahha*gasp* *wheeze*
Oh, ahahahahahaha

9/24/2010 11:17:13 PM

The Duelist

The REAL Socrates is laughing at you.

9/26/2010 9:53:11 AM

Amadaun

...it doesn't even SAY that with any clarity. There's about as much basis for the mortality of the soul as for Hell, and more than for Heaven. Even in your goddamn book.

9/26/2010 12:37:50 PM

Quantum Mechanic

Try the hemlock again.

5/16/2012 8:50:42 AM
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