Some insights for people who think Hell is unreasonable?
Ask yourself this question. Why don't we get mad at someone who steps on an ant, but we give 5-10 years in jail for someone who kills some dirty criminal, and life-in-jail (or death sentence) to someone who kills the president?
In all three instances someone murdered. So why the different punishment.
The only thing that changed in this scenario was the worth of the person/thing the crime was committed against. Wouldn't it then follow that crimes committed against an infinitely worthy person/thing would require an infinite punishment?
Tristan, Y!A 50 Comments
[11/20/2008 10:02:45 PM]
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