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Another gospel

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lomarah:

--- Quote from: WhiteWings on June 16, 2012, 07:45:12 PM ---
--- Quote from: wasco55 on June 16, 2012, 04:40:51 PM ---As I am very new to the wonderful gospel of UR, many things are new to me
There is no more than 3 months since I heard the gospel of UR for the first time.
During more than 30 years, I was a traditional evangelical pastor / preacher. I was never a radical preacher of hell. But it was allways like a dark spot in my subconscious all the time.
After that my eyes were opened to the true gospel, I become more and more amazed that I once believed in those terrible doctrine I used to

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Not just in religion but in all aspects of life the first and often the biggest step (by far) is considering other options.

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That is so true.  :cloud9:

peacemaker:

--- Quote from: WhiteWings on June 16, 2012, 07:42:36 PM ---There are two Gospels.

Gospel of inclusion.
Gospel of illusion.

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Things are not always as they appear; it's a matter of perception.

"The eyes can only see what the mind has, is, or will be prepared to comprehend."

jugghead:

--- Quote from: wasco55 on June 16, 2012, 04:40:51 PM ---As I am very new to the wonderful gospel of UR, many things are new to me
There is no more than 3 months since I heard the gospel of UR for the first time.
During more than 30 years, I was a traditional evangelical pastor / preacher. I was never a radical preacher of hell. But it was allways like a dark spot in my subconscious all the time.
After that my eyes were opened to the true gospel, I become more and more amazed that I once believed in those terrible doctrine I used to

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A perfect example of the Spirit of God at work in the renewing of the mind

Lazarus Short:
I think I read that book some years ago, if it was the one containing an account of "the heart of hell."   :eek: :HeartThrob: :eek:  I didn't really believe it then, but I found it hard to put down, and strangely compelling.  With the perspective of years, I only see it as another fictional prop for Hell, the only kind of prop Hell has. :laugh:

jabcat:

--- Quote from: Lazarus Short on September 22, 2012, 03:05:48 AM ---I think I read that book some years ago, if it was the one containing an account of "the heart of hell."   :eek: :HeartThrob: :eek:  I didn't really believe it then, but I found it hard to put down, and strangely compelling.  With the perspective of years, I only see it as another fictional prop for Hell, the only kind of prop Hell has. :laugh:

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 :gimmefive:

I've been seeing some UR believers who believe there's actually a literal fiery "hell", but it's just not permanent.  I don't believe there is such a place.  The very word itself is a mistranslation that (I believe) erroneously entered the translations centuries after Jesus' victory.  There likely is a place, or a state of being etc. that is miserable until one repents and confesses, but as I've said before, I don't believe a God Who is Spirit, needs a literal burning fire to accomplish His business.  I believe He can handle it on a spiritual level.   :2c:

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