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As Fudge explains—once again, in the book he co-authored with Peterson—many annihilationists believe “[eternal punishment] is called ‘eternal’ because it will last forever.” 7 Peterson & Fudge, pp. Author: Chris Date. The Bible and Eternal Punishment Light on a Dark Subject By A. P. Barton Kansas City Unity Book Company Theologians and creed-builders have always held the dogma of post-mortem reward and punishment as a basic principle in doctrine.
The kindred word aidios, "everlasting," is in Jude applied to the punishment of the fallen angels. The reply made by Maurice (Theological Essays, ) that aionios in such passages denotes quality, not duration, cannot be sustained. Whatever else the term includes, it connotes duration. In Daniel , some that sleep in the dust are represented as awaking to "shame and everlasting contempt" (the word for "everlasting" is the usual one, ‛ōlām). In the Jewish literature of the century before Christ, "Sheol is regarded," says Dr. Charles, "as the place of final eternal punishment, that is, it has become hell" (op. cit., ).
topical index results for “everlasting punishment Jump to Book. Bible Gateway Recommends. KJV Apply the Word Study Bible, Large Print, Hardcover. Retail: $ Our Price: $ Save: $ (64%) Buy Now. View more titles. Bible Gateway Recommends. KJV Foundation Study Bible, hardcover. a day of devastation and everlasting punishment for those who do not repent and trust in Christ. Jeremiah is called the weeping prophet because he shares the anguish he feels when he considers the needless destruction his people are bringing upon themselves by their sins. Read –
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The ‘everlasting punishment’ of the lost will continue as long as the ‘everlasting life’ of believers. The ‘eternal damnation’ of the wicked will no more have an end than will the ‘eternal salvation’ of the redeemed.
The ‘everlasting destruction’ of unbelievers will prove as interminable as the ‘everlasting glory’ of God/5(18). A W Pink strived diligently to expound the very scriptures on the subject of Eternal Punishment.
This is one critical thing for those of us Everlasting punishment. book study the bible to become like Jesus (Rom. ) and also occasionally or often get the opportunity to instruct others in divine subjects (James ): We must not read into the word of God/5. The term aiōnios kólasis (“eternal punishment” in RSV, “everlasting punishment” in KJV) is used once in the Bible (Matt ).
Equivalent terms, however, are used in a number of instances. In these instances, RSV always renders aiōnios “eternal,” whereas the KJV sometimes uses “eternal” and sometimes “everlasting.”. English Revised Version And these shall go away into eternal punishment: but the righteous into eternal life.
Webster's Bible Translation And Everlasting punishment. book shall go away into everlasting punishment: but the righteous into life eternal.
Weymouth New Testament "And these shall go away into the Punishment of the Ages. The life of the righteous is everlasting, but so is the punishment of the wicked everlasting. The Bible says that salvation is eternal (Hebrews ), life is eternal (John ), redemption is eternal (Hebrews ), and the inheritance of the saints is eternal (Hebrews ).
Eternal Punishment. Divinely instituted penalty of endless suffering, including banishment from God's blessed presence. The Old Testament.A study of God's major judgments (e.g., the flood and the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah) shows that the Old Testament focuses on premature death when dealing with the fate of the ungodly, not on life after death.
The KEY to comprehending the biblical truth about "eternal life" and "everlasting punishment" is a proper understanding of the words translated "everlasting" and "eternal" in the Scriptures.
In the New Testament, these words are translated from various forms of the Greek word aionios. Eternal Punishment. Most Relevant Verses.
And the devil who deceived them was thrown into the lake of fire and brimstone, where the beast and the false prophet are also; and they will be tormented day and night forever and ever. Matthew And these shall go away into everlasting punishment: but the righteous into life eternal.
John ,29 Marvel not at this: for the hour is coming, in the which all that are in the graves shall hear his voice, Acts And have hope toward God, which they themselves also allow. In his book The Doctrine of Eternal Punishment, Harry Buis writes "That keen European thinker Berdyaev says, "It is remarkable how little people think about hell or trouble about it.
This is the most striking evidence of human frivolity." Schilder makes a similar and more detailed analysis of the situation when he says, "What is hell. For example, the Jehovah’s Witnesses allege that the concept of everlasting punishment is an “unreasonable doctrine” that “contradicts the Bible” (Make Sure Of All Things).
To these misguided folks, “hell” is only “a place of rest in hope” (Ibid., 68). As we have demonstrated, to translate aionios punishment to mean everlasting or eternal punishment is a mistranslation because it brings contradiction into the Word of God.
In addition to this, it should be noted that the Greek word for punishment used in Matthew is kolasis, and the meaning of kolasis is ‘corrective punishment’ as confirmed by Strong’s Concordance number G The Greek scholar, A.E. Knoch, brilliantly covers this concept in his book, All in All: “We protest against the translation of kolasis as “punishment.” Everywhere else in Greek this word denotes corrective chastisement, and is used of pruning.
Some rightly reason that it. "Endless punishment" or "everlasting punishment" simply do not get mentioned.
This is because the early Christians - the Christians who were closest to the Cause of the Christian Religion, Jesus Christ - were Universalists, as was the Saviour Himself.
Hell and Everlasting Punishment book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.5/5(1). Bible verses about Eternal Punishment. some to everlasting life, and some to shame and everlasting contempt. found for them. And I saw the dead, great and small, standing before the throne, and books were opened.
Then another book was opened, which is the book of life. And the dead were judged by what was written in the books, according. The punishment of the lost in hell is coextensive to the bliss of the righteous in heaven—both are everlasting.
Fourth is the argument that it is unjust of God to punish sinners eternally for temporal sins. The term aiōnios kólasis (“eternal punishment” in RSV, “everlasting punishment” in KJV) is used once in the Bible (Matt ).
Equivalent terms, however, are used in a number of instances. In these instances, RSV always renders aiōnios “eternal,” whereas the KJV sometimes uses “eternal” and. What is of Faith as to Everlasting Punishment.
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Or get business-day shipping on this item for 5/5(2). The Punishment of the Wicked Has No End. The first Bible reference given in the “Statement of Fundamental Truths”—Matthew —uses the phrase “everlasting [Greek, aionion] punishment.” Some have denied that this means eternal in the sense of absolutely unending.
The Bible, in the Hebrew and Greek Manuscripts, does not mention hell or everlasting punishment in any way whatsoever. Hell is a mistranslation.
Jesus Christ did not believe in hell and He did not preach hell. God mightily used Apostle Paul to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Paul was a Universalist through and through.The subject of our message today is hell—everlasting punishment in hell. I want to consider with you Matthew and This is in the middle of the account of the final judgment that Jesus gives where He speaks of the Son of man coming in His glory with the angels and sitting on the throne of His glory and all the nations appearing before Him for judgment and the separation of the sheep.Some leading selling English Bible translations seem to teach both the concept of everlasting punishment AND universalism, that is, the salvation of all mankind.
This book by Dr. John Wesley Hanson shows that those passages in SOME translations that teach Hell have been mistranslated or misinterpreted.