“Love Wins”, “Erasing Hell” and sacred cows

Posted by Matt Lane on July 22nd, 2011 filed in Bible, Book Reviews, Christian Living

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2 Responses to ““Love Wins”, “Erasing Hell” and sacred cows”

  1. Ron Krumpos Says:

    In 2011 world population will reach 7 billion (vs. 3 billion in 1960). There are now approximately 2.2 billion Christians. Some of them believe that 4.8 billion people face eternal hell because they do not accept Jesus.

    Concepts of afterlife vary between religions and among divisions of each faith. Not all Christians agree on what happens after this life, nor do all Jews, Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists, or other believers. Rebirth, resurrection, purgatory, universalism, and oblivion are other possibilities…none of which can be proven.

    Mystics of all faiths have more in common than the followers of their orthodox religions. True mystics realize that eternal life is here and now; it does not begin after mortal death. The age of Earth is said to be 4.5 billion years, of the Universe 13.7 billion, yet few humans live to be 100. Relatively, this lifetime is a mere speck.

    Scriptures are subject to interpretation; people often choose what is most beneficial for them.

  2. Matt Lane Says:

    I’m not sure completely where your comment fits in with my post but thanks for stopping by!

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