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Subject: Re: Eternal torment
From: Dino <whate...@homemail.com>
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On Nov 3, 7:19=A0pm, "Andrew W" <remove_ajwer...@optusnet.com.au> wrote:
> "Dino" <whate...@homemail.com> wrote in message
> > On Oct 29, 5:49 pm, Galen Hekhuis <ghekh...@earthlink.net> wrote:
> >> Face it, eternal torture (Hell) isn't love, it isn't even "tough"
> >> love. Eternal torment is just revenge, pure and simple.
> > But here is the thing: People can make the choice to avoid it.
> By cowering to angry ancient Semitic god who is long gone and almost
No one is asked to "cower".
> How is that whole scenario rational or good or useful?
It's your choice, and no one can make it but you. And only YOU have to
live with it.
> Religions breed hypocrisy and self-righteousness.
> Many Christians spend more time looking down on other people than up
> towards Christ.