1. gary

    Does forbidden-fruit-eating merit eternal punishment?

    Dear Christians, have you ever stopped to think about what the Christian story really says: Someone committed a crime. There is a severe penalty for committing that crime. And there is one means to avoid the penalty for that crime and to expunge the record of the perpetrator of that crime.

    Crime: Forbidden fruit eating.

    Penalty: A lifetime of hard labor, disease, war, rape, torture, starvation, agonizing physical death, and horrific eternal punishment/torture in the after life.

    Means of Restitution: A human sacrifice.

    Dear Christians: Isn’t it obvious? This is an ancient fable. No one living in the modern 21st century should believe this tall tale.

    • dennis@seekandsavethelost.com

      You can mock God until the day that you can’t and that day will be the day God takes away His mercy toward you and requires your very life. It is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment (Hebrews 9:27). You will stand before God one day. You will be without excuse. You will not suffer the torments of Hell because of Adam and Eve’s sin. You will not suffer the flames of Hell for your mom or your dad’s sins. You will suffer forever and ever for your own sins. The soul that sins, it shall die. When you stand before God on Judgment Day, you will be without excuse. Romans 3:19 says that your mouth will be stopped. You won’t mock God on the great and terrible day of Lord. Don’t foolishly die in your sins and spend eternity in Hell. Jesus said unless you repent, you will perish. Repent and trust Jesus.

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