Sunday, January 27, 2013

The Holocaust Remembered: Don't think it can't again happen


International Holocaust Remembrance Day 27th Jan 2013
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>>>>>>> ……. Apart from Scriptural references to hell – this [following] is why I believe in a literal hell
Sometime ago I came across the following website link – don’t ever doubt hell’s existence and its intended purpose:
“Child Sacrifice — How the Islamist death cult is destroying a generation of youth” — wnd.com
A pic of the post WWII Nazi Nuremberg Trials. Even the hardened Nazi war criminals had to cover their faces in shame as real live movie footage was displayed in court, chronicling their holocaust atrocities.
A pic of the post WWII Nazi Nuremberg Trials. Even the hardened Nazi war criminals had to cover their faces in shame as real live movie footage was displayed in court, chronicling their crimes against humanity holocaust atrocities.
It is my contention that our world would not make sense if there were no literal hell. If certain human beings of past, present and future exercised their free moral will to commit horrendous acts upon their fellow human beings and ultimately “get away” with it, then, how could one reasonably believe in goodness, love, heaven – and, especially, “justice?” Even the hardened Nazi war criminals (as they appeared at the Nuremberg Trials), had to cover their faces in shame as real live movie footage was displayed in court, chronicling their holocaust atrocities. They knew by (God-given) instinct (of human conscience) that what they perpetrated was utterly wrong and ghastly by any standards and that justice was crying out! Romans 2:11-16
If hell and its retributive justice for human sin do not exist, then what does actually exist? Are, what we all experience by sight, sound and touch mere figments of our collective imaginations? ……. <<<<<<<< - thechristianmessage.org/2011/11/
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Pastor emeritus Nathan M. Bickel

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2 comments:

  1. The belief in hell is considered by many as foolishness because they want to live as they want and not have to justify it and repress the natural knowledge of their sin.These things are unfortunately perpetuated by heretical pastors and false teachers. (For example, the Episcopal Church, The RCC and the like, as they do not condemn the sin of those in Pew or practice or truly give forgiveness of sins because the are allowing it.) Often times what one has done when they have been seared with a hot iron is they don't feel the heat until it becomes eternal and there may be no time for them to repent of what they have done.

    How do we know what is good if there are no repercussions for our behavior and actions and there is no standard or Judge for them. The only thing we would truly know as good is our own subjective opinion which is actually the wrong answer and akin to ,"Did God really say."

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  2. Northwest -

    Thank you for visiting "The Christian Message" and for your spot on comment.! It is very true what you say toward the end.

    People are too prone to be guided by their subjective feelings when it comes to the spiritual. You make mention of the evil one and his temptation of Eve. Unregenerate human nature is such that it attempts to replace God and His Word as the final authority. Unless we take by faith, God at His Word; there is no trustworthy standard to be convinced of spiritual realities - specifically about sin, death, eternity and God's just judgment.

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