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comment What does Matthew 18:8-9 say about eternity?
@JonEricson: Thanks for clarifying that.
Jun
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revised What does Matthew 18:8-9 say about eternity?
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Jun
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comment What does Matthew 18:8-9 say about eternity?
I like your point that an "unquenchable fire" could simply mean that there is "room for all sinners," and not that it will burn forever. That's an interpretation I had not heard before.
Jun
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revised What does Matthew 18:8-9 say about eternity?
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revised What does Matthew 18:8-9 say about eternity?
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asked What does Matthew 18:8-9 say about eternity?
Dec
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comment How did the gospels get their names?
This sounds like 4 different questions :)
Dec
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revised What is Jesus trying to tell us about divisions in the household?
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Dec
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asked Question about translation of Romans 4:9
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revised Can we use “linguistic fingerprints” to identify different authors of the Bible?
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Oct
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revised To whom was Isaiah referring in Isaiah 53?
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Oct
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comment Is “kill” a valid translation for Exodus 20:13 (Thou shalt not kill)?
@Amichai: Valid points. I think they would make a good addition to your answer. :)
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Oct
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comment Is “kill” a valid translation for Exodus 20:13 (Thou shalt not kill)?
The distinction between unintentional and intentional killing is important, but it's far from the only meaningful distinction to be made. There are many types of intentional killing that are not considered murder. Are these being forbidden by the Ten Commandments? For one, is the forbidden intentional killing limited to killing of humans? Further, does it only forbid murder, or also capital punishment, or war? These are the questions that most people struggle with--not whether it's a sin to accidentally kill someone.