posted on Apr, 3 2010 @ 10:48 PM
Originally posted by okbmdHow about you show something to substantiate your position instead of simply making a statement and expecting
everyone to take it as gospel ? I have shown, with information that can be verified, that we are all going to 'hell' .
What I have said can also be verified, you just have to look.
Originally posted by okbmdYou, on the other hand, have given us nothing other than your personal position on this matter., which is what
christians are notorious for doing .
Ah, bash the Christians. You asked for someone to refute, so I did.
Originally posted by okbmdTartarus is also from Greek and Roman M-Y-T-H-O-L-O-G-Y !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
And so is Hades, what is your point? Did you not see that I mentioned Tartarus for a reason? It was used instead of Hades for a reason. If you do not
understand it, then you have some reading to do. I don't have time to explain it to such an expert. I mean even the 'church' people could not
refute you right?
Originally posted by okbmdIt is only used ONE time in the ENTIRE Bible. Why do you suppose ?
Because of WHOM were cast there. If Hell is death as you implied, why the distinction in the Greek?
Originally posted by okbmdI had intended to elaborate on Tartarus in a subsequent thread, but you are slightly forcing my hand.
Go for it oh wise one...
Originally posted by okbmdTartarus is indeed a place of punishment., in MYTHOLOGY. I cannot translate the entire Bible for you all in
one thread, but surely had plans to show that the 'eternal punishment' and 'judgement' themes have their roots in mythology.
They have their roots in Greek, therefore Greek words were used to explain a concept via the writer.
Originally posted by okbmdIn the meantime, how about showing your hand as far as refuting anything I have said., if indeed you are able.
I already did, you just don't see it.
Originally posted by okbmdAlso, how about doing a little homework before telling me about 'lumping' Sheol into any categories.
I have, do you understand the Hebrew concept of Sheol? Is it just the grave?
Originally posted by okbmdIt would make you look a lot more credible and a lot less ignorant if you would research what I say instead of
simply replying to it out of a passion for your cherished mythological religion.
Credible? Ha, that is funny. Ignorant? Well in most cases that means a lack of knowledge and in this particular case I have shown that ignorant of the
term Hell I am not.
So now my religion is a myth? Is that not the pot calling the kettle black? Your lack of a religion is a religion in itself.....
Cya, I have no more time for this as I must get ready for my favorite day of the year. The one in which the price for sin was PAID IN FULL. Just as He
said he would, He rose from the dead.
For He is Risen! He is Risen indeed!