Purgatory

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  1. TheWordSmith is a Verified MemberTheWordSmith Well-Known Member
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    Maybe you should read it again I did reply as to the definition from scripture of rewards.

    It was a detailed reposnse to the first third of your post.
     
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    More non-answering. I shall waste no more time on this with you.
     
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    #83 TheWordSmith is a Verified MemberTheWordSmith, Oct 9, 2017
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    I did answer. You just didn't like my answer.
     
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    That is your choice but I must say you have been very reluctant yourself to deal specifically with many points I have raised. Then while ignoring my posts and points made you ask me a list of questions. Illuminator as been better about responding to my post to you than you have.
     
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    I agree. He demands scripture yet denies
    Heb. 12:29 , 1 Corinthians 3:10-16 as a consuming fire. A good loving god wouldn't do a thing like that!
    And David's son that died because of David's sin? No, that was just bad luck!
    The Bible says, in 2 places, God is a consuming fire. That doesn't fit wordsmiths preconceptions so he denies it.
     

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