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August 29th, 201201:15 AM ETBy Diane CastroIn Part 1 I tried to show that you do not need to be terrified of unending torment for yourself or anyone else, because God does not inflict pointless suffering. Nevertheless, we do need to fear the wrath of God. He hates sin, because it violates His holiness and destroys the people He loves, so He will do whatever it takes to root out the sin...
January 28th, 201211:09 PM ETBy Diane CastroReading George Sarris’s post about justice reminded me of an essay I wrote in 2010. Our human justice system can give us insight into God’s justice, because our sense of justice is derived from the conscience and reason He has given us. He has planted in us a sense of right and wrong, and although it is imperfect, we should pay attention...
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