Originally posted by sonhouse
For instance, in gravity theory, there is an object called a 'black hole'. I'm sure you have heard of one. So here is our intrepid explorer in his super space ship, a nice young christian fellow, doesn't know he is headed straight into said black hole. Now the thing about those contrivances is, like a roach motel, once you check in, you don't check out. So ...[text shortened]... orer AND his soul go down the bath tub drain of the universe to end up in god knows where?
Here is the conundrum: Does his soul get swallowed up with him or does it do what not much else in the universe, including light, escapes back to our reality and into the hands of god? Or does the hapless explorer AND his soul go down the bath tub drain of the universe to end up in god knows where?
For the Christian, the hope that regardless of what happens to the physical body, he or she will be resurrected. Whether death by old age, burning at the stake, starvation, disease, blown apart in an explosion or swallowed up in a black hole, it makes no difference to the God of resurrection power.
For the unbeliever who may be putting his hope in being obliterated so as to escape all future detection by a Righteous Judge, he is setting himself up for a very bitter disappointment.
Being ripped apart by gravity in a black hole, will simply not pose difficulty for God to resurrect you to stand before Him at the great white throne last judgment.
We cannot hide from this God in the depths of even a black hole. It is better to come forward - spirit and soul and body, to this Savior Jesus Christ. For He loves all
of you. And He will resurrect unto eternal life all