Here is a truth that will help you unpack many tricky and often-misunderstood Bible passages: Though all believers have eternal life, not all believers are disciples, and not all disciples are believers. Once you understand the difference between believing in Jesus for eternal life and becoming a disciple of Jesus during this life, many tricky Bible texts will make a lot more sense.
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Just as eternal life is a life lived in eternity where we live life to its full potential, so eternal death, or the second death is a life lived in eternity where people achieve none of their potential. It is a life of everlasting death. Of no escape from the consequences of selfish human decisions.
When John writes in 1 John 3:14 that we know we have passed from death to life because we love our brethren, he is not talking about how we know we have eternal life, but how we know we are in fellowship with God and one another.
Is there a hell? If so, who goes to hell? This article summarizes the three main views on hell, and then proposes a fourth.
Best of all, you can also sign up to receive a 75-page study on how the word “fire” is used in Scripture. This study will help change you view on hell, and will also give you insights on how to understand the biblical teaching about everlasting fire and the lake of fire.
Violence is destroying the world. But more violence does not stop violence; it only creates more violence. So we need a better way, and that way is the way of Jesus Christ. This article presents six principles of non-violence based on the life and teachings of Jesus Christ.
Most people think that there are only two ways to respond to violence and evil in the world: with Just War or Pacifism. This article shows that both approaches will fail. The proper way is to follow the way of Jesus Christ.