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    Every Christian here no matter what denomination, creed, cult or otherwise, please state your position on this premise with either a yes or a no:

    The God whom I believe in, has created a place of eternal incineration for those who reject his offer of love and salvation.

    Yes or no?
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    20 Jul '14 21:10
    No.
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    20 Jul '14 22:02
    Originally posted by divegeester
    No.
    Hell no ! 😀
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    20 Jul '14 22:51
    Originally posted by Rajk999
    Hell no ! 😀
    I will be interested to see now many of the regular posters vote.
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    20 Jul '14 22:57
    Originally posted by divegeester
    Every Christian here no matter what denomination, creed, cult or otherwise, please state your position on this premise with either a yes or a no:

    The God whom I believe in, has created a place of eternal incineration for those who reject his offer of love and salvation.

    Yes or no?
    For what it's worth, The Word of God in Revelation 20:15 Says "Yes": Thread 157995 Unpopular as it is on this spirituality forum, I believe God's Word. This gnawing, problematic topic was previously introduced a year ago: Thread 154053
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    20 Jul '14 22:591 edit
    Originally posted by divegeester
    Every Christian here no matter what denomination, creed, cult or otherwise, please state your position on this premise with either a yes or a no:

    [b]The God whom I believe in, has created a place of eternal incineration for those who reject his offer of love and salvation.


    Yes or no?[/b]
    Yes and No. It isn't that simple, but i would like you to expand your thoughts on the statement.
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    20 Jul '14 23:07
    No
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    20 Jul '14 23:25
    Originally posted by divegeester
    Every Christian here no matter what denomination, creed, cult or otherwise, please state your position on this premise with either a yes or a no:

    [b]The God whom I believe in, has created a place of eternal incineration for those who reject his offer of love and salvation.


    Yes or no?[/b]
    Yes, but not eternal.
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    21 Jul '14 00:49
    Originally posted by Grampy Bobby
    For what it's worth, The Word of God in Revelation 20:15 Says "Yes": Thread 157995 Unpopular as it is on this spirituality forum, I believe God's Word. This gnawing, problematic topic was previously introduced a year ago: Thread 154053
    Is that a yes or a no?
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    21 Jul '14 00:51
    Originally posted by checkbaiter
    Yes, but not eternal.
    Incineration, but over a given time?
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    21 Jul '14 00:52
    Originally posted by Pudgenik
    Yes and No. It isn't that simple, but i would like you to expand your thoughts on the statement.
    In what way yes and in what way no?
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    21 Jul '14 01:03
    Originally posted by divegeester
    Incineration, but over a given time?
    Just as long as it takes...to become ashes.
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    21 Jul '14 01:231 edit
    Originally posted by divegeester
    Every Christian here no matter what denomination, creed, cult or otherwise, please state your position on this premise with either a yes or a no:

    [b]The God whom I believe in, has created a place of eternal incineration for those who reject his offer of love and salvation.


    Yes or no?[/b]
    Yes.

    And the devil, who deceived them, was thrown into the lake of burning sulfur, where the beast and the false prophet had been thrown. They will be tormented day and night for ever and ever.... Anyone whose name was not found written in the book of life was thrown into the lake of fire.

    Revelation 20:10, 15 NIV
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    21 Jul '14 01:32
    Originally posted by divegeester
    Is that a yes or a no?
    The Word of God in Revelation 20:15 Says "Yes": Thread 157995
    Unpopular as it is on this spirituality forum, I believe God's Word.
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    21 Jul '14 01:352 edits
    Originally posted by divegeester
    In what way yes and in what way no?
    Satan rejected God in no uncertain terms, and he still does to this day. His future place is in print. "The devil and his followers." (See Rev.) Doesn't say fallen Angels or people, just followers.

    It is written, that God's grace can save even the worst of us. King Neb. of the old Testament became as a wild beast for a time. I don't recall the King wanting to be saved.

    (I say King Neb, because i can't spell it and just being lazy)
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