3 edition of Eternal Reward, Punishment And Nirvana - Pamphlet found in the catalog.
September 15, 2006
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC
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Concerning the eternal punishment of the wicked there are few, it seems, who realize the vital importance of a ringing testimony to this truth, and fewer still who apprehend the deep seriousness of what is involved in a denial of it. Finally, if there is an infinite evil in sin—as there is—then infinite punishment is its due reward. (4. A. No specific time is mentioned in Luke but there are some clues. In Luke the Lord told them to be ready for service with their lamps burning, like men waiting for their master to return from a wedding banquet. I believe this is a reference to the 2nd Coming. The other clues seem to confirm this because the owner of the house parable in Luke is identical to the one in.
And if punishment has an end, it stands to reason that life would also have an end, since the same Greek word for "everlasting" and "eternal" is the same, aionios. What a conflict this presents to some, but there is no need for it. Nirvana and the Christian Heaven are similar in the sense that they are the end goal of their respective faiths. To the untrained eye, the two appear to have even more in common. But as others here have said, this is not the case. The Christian afterlife is based around the concept of Eternal Reward/Punishment.
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Blavatsky. Eternal Punishment: Four Sermons by C.D. Cole Pamphlet – January 1, by C D Cole (Author)Author: C D Cole. On Eternal Reward And Punishment, And On Nirvana. Description. This section is from the "The Key to Theosophy" book, by H. P and rebecomes a Spiritual breath: then only does it enter upon the eternal and unchangeable Nirvana, lasting as long as the cycle of life has lasted-an eternity, truly.
And then that Breath, existing in Spirit, is. ETERNAL REWARD AND PUNISHMENT 18 Eternal Reward And Punishment One of the most difficult concepts for our minds to grasp is “eternity,” a never-ending existence.
Everything in our physical universe, what we can see and touch, had a beginning and will have an end; therefore, grappling with the concept of eter-nity can be overwhelming. ETERNAL REWARD AND PUNISHMENT 18 Eternal Reward And Punishment One of the most difficult concepts for our minds to grasp is “eternity,” a never-ending existence.
Every-thing in our physical universe, what we can see and touch, had a beginning and will have an end; there-fore, grappling with the concept of eternity can be Size: KB.
Bible Book List × Standing Strong Through the Storm: a devotional of encouragement in suffering. 0 Bible results for “eternal rewards and punishment.
Hebrews ) ETERNAL PUNISHMENT» See PUNISHMENT, ETERNAL EVERLASTING PUNISHMENT» See PUNISHMENT, ETERNAL EXECUTIONER» See PUNISHMENT FORGETTING GOD» Punishment of (Job ON ETERNAL REWARD AND PUNISHMENT; AND ON NIRVANA. "ENQUIRER. It is hardly necessary, I suppose, to ask you whether you believe in the Christian dogmas of Paradise and Hell, or in future rewards.
Humans tend to have a different perspective on sin than God. Man, based on his own authority, decides that some sins are not as bad as others, and that some sins are not worthy of eternal punishment. Based on their own reasoning many attempt to turn some “smaller sins” into “non-sins” and thus excuse certain behaviors.
The righteous receive eternal life, a state of bliss, in the presence of God. The wicked receive eternal punishment, suffering and sorrow, separated from God. Hence, both the rewards and the punishments taught in the Bible are to be received after we leave the earth, not while on the earth.
The crown is not eternal life which is a gift through faith alone in Christ alone, but a reward for enduring trials and overcoming temptation. James Happy is the one who endures testing, because when he has proven to be genuine, he will receive the crown of life that God promised to those who love him.
Eternal Punishment and Divine Justice. Many have a difficult time reconciling the doctrine of eternal punishment with the character of a benevolent God. Over against this emotional reaction is the sobering testimony of the Bible.
Moreover, when all factors are taken into. Fear of punishment. Duty or loyalty. Hope of an eternal reward. Charity, the pure love of Christ.
Share the following excerpts from a talk by Elder Dallin H. Oaks. Stop and discuss his comments with students as needed. “People serve one another for different reasons, and some reasons are better than others.
The following is an excerpt from The MacArthur New Testament Commentary on 1 Corinthians If any man’s work which he has built upon it remains, he shall receive a reward. If any man’s wor. Hebrews Eternal judgment is one of the basic doctrines of the church of God, equal in importance to repentance, faith, baptism, etc.
Webster's New World Dictionary defines judgment as "a legal decision, order or sentence given by a judge." In eternal judgment, God decides a person's reward or punishment for all eternity. ON ETERNAL REWARD AND PUNISHMENT; AND ON NIRVANA Enq. It is hardly necessary, I suppose, to ask you whether you believe in the Christian dogmas of Paradise and Hell, or in future rewards and punishments as taught by the Orthodox churches.
Theo. As described in your catechisms, we reject them absolutely; least of all would we accept their eternity. Rewards and Punishment By [email protected], on April 13th, This one is a little different, as the question is longer than the answer, but I thought it would be good to print the whole thing, as there is quite a lot of good information.
Hence we positively refuse to accept the cruel and unphilosophical belief in eternal reward or eternal punishment. We say with Horace: “Let rules be fixed that may our rage contain, And punish faults with a proportion’d pain ; But do not flay him who deserves alone.
Matthew uses the same adjective, eternal, to describe the fates of the lost and saved: “eternal punishment” and “eternal life.” Jesus depicts “hell” as a place “where their worm does not die, and the fire is not quenched” (Mark –48). “To possess eternal life you simply need faith in Christ; to truly inherit it, you need faith and obedience.4 If we keep in mind that to “inherit eternal life,” or to “inherit” the kingdom, is an extra reward for faithful service, we will read many passages of Scripture differently.” — 0 likes/5.
Eternal punishment is as much a truth of God’s Word as is the eternal rewards for the righteous. Jesus said: “And these shall go away into everlasting punishment, but the righteous into life eternal” (Matthew ). The life of the righteous is everlasting, but so is the punishment of the wicked everlasting.
Paul™s Concept of Eternal Punishment John, one of the twelve whom Jesus discipled and the writer of the Book of Revelation,5 adds further clarity in a consistent picture.
Punishment that engulfs the unsaved has smoke that keeps rising up forever. The most persuasive inference is that the fire itself keeps burning perpetually (Rev ).nium, and the doctrine of eternal punishment are well known and amply documented.
Perhaps less known and documented is the abundance of perspectives with regard to the concept of degrees of reward in eternity for believ-ers. On one side of the debate is the view that an eternal reward in addition to eternal life is a contradiction ofFile Size: KB.Or will men face resurrection, judgment, and eternal rewards or punishment (heaven or hell)?
Will the earth continue eternally or will it be destroyed at the end of time? This material is also available for sale as part of our professionally printed book The Kingdom of Christ: Future Earthly Millennium or Present Spiritual Reality?