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Date Posted:05:53:46 11/13/07 Tue In reply to:
's message, "A phone conversation with a Muslim missionary" on 05:51:09 11/13/07 Tue
through no fault of their own because they are taught at an early age to reject Christ as their Saviour, demonstrates the absurdity of the eternal torment theology. The STRONGEST influence in their life is to trust in Muhammad, the Koran, and Allah, and the STRONGEST influence ALWAYS prevails. But since Jesus Christ, in the long run, is really the STRONGEST influence, all Muslims will be saved along with all other fallen creatures.
The Bible teaches universal salvation.
HERE’S WHAT’S GOING TO HAPPEN NOW
Based on my experience of posting on hundreds of forums, here's what's going to happen now
WHY I BELIEVE THE BIBLE TEACHES UNIVERSAL SALVATION
The people who want to keep believing that the Bible proves that everyone deserves to suffer forever in hell just because they were born into this world, or because they don’t make the “right” choice before it’s “too late,” or that God created beings with a will so strong that they can irreversibly choose themselves into a state of eternal torment - these people will keep believing it because they want to.
and they will learn that the Bible actually teaches universal salvation instead, not even annihilation.
Or, they will go to the search engine at the top of http://www.tentmaker.org and will type in a key word or phrase from any argument or scripture passage. Ten articles will come up refuting the claim that the Bible teaches eternal torment. Then they may click to the next page and ten more articles will come up, and so on and so on for many pages.
The many entries in my guestbook that is accessed towards the bottom of my front page
This was the information that enabled me to recover from a twelve year nervous breakdown (1966-68), and it gives me great joy to keep learning every day that it is helping more and more other people too!! I’m 69