Originally posted by @divegeester
i keep "blathering" what the Bible "blathers."
You keep saying - "I don't interpret it as you."
But you don't provide your alternative interpretation which you think is better.
God is omniscient and omnipresent so OF COURSE
whatever goes on in eternity will be seen by God. Why you think this is some slamdunk inquisition alludes me.
If you want to argue that is the only
or the chief interesting thing
Christ will observe, that's just your sordid imagination.
When a bridegroom and bride get married, they don't spend their honey moon gazing at the garbage can. Why do you think I believe the main attraction in eternity will be the damned?
That the punishment of the lost is seen by the Triune God? Why not?
says that the lost are `suffer the penalty "from the presence of the Lord"
Now do some blathering of your own about what you want to dodge. Is there a FIRST non-existence and a SECOND non-existence ? If the second death
means non-existence then does that mean that before anyone was created they were in "the second death"
Yes or No?