Updated March 2024
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The Great White Throne Judgment
What does the bible say about resurrections. Many mainstream Christians believe that when a person dies, he or she goes to heaven if you were good or to hell if you were bad. This is not scripturally true.
If you read the articles on this web site on “hell” and “about death” you will know that all die and end up in the death state until a resurrection. Teachers who hold to the idea of going to heaven or hell upon death make feeble excuses about the need for a resurrection. After all, if the score is settled upon death what’s the point of a resurrection?
Jesus Christ said this about resurrections:
John 5:29 (English Standard Version) and come out, those who have done good to the resurrection of life, and those who have done evil to the resurrection of judgment.
Further in the book of Acts:
Acts 24:15 (NIV)… that there will be a resurrection of both the righteous and the wicked.
The resurrection of judgment that Jesus Christ spoke of is the judgment before His Great White Throne. The resurrection of the wicked occurs at the Great White throne. The White Throne Judgment is only mentioned in the book of Revelation (Rev. 20:11). What is it and why? Find out what this judgment is all about and when it is to occur. Link to white throne judgment
A wonderful gift from God is His Word. With estimated total sales of over 5 billion copies, the Bible is widely considered to be the best-selling book of all time.
It sells approximately 100 million copies annually, and has been a major influence on literature and history, especially in the West.
The Bible has been translated into many languages. And it continues to be translated into new languages.
It has been said that you can prove anything from the Bible. Is this really true? There have been many opinions and ideas on what the Holy Scriptures truly teach. All Christian denominations and groups have their own list of beliefs and all say their teaching comes from the Bible but almost all have different opinions on what the Bible says?
Most people have a desire to understand God and His plan, purpose, power, and workings. Without a knowledge of God’s plan, purpose, power, and workings, many will be very frustrated trying to understand the Bible. To often people rely on the interpretations and explanations of pastors and men of theology for understanding instead of doing their own diligent research. If we search for an understanding of the purpose of the ages, we will be pleasantly surprised to find answers to all of our questions. The Holy Scriptures never contradict each other.
Things to consider about the Bible and its teaching:
Is the Bible holy?
Does the Bible teach of an ever burning hell fire for evil doers?
Does a person have an immortal soul?
Does God want to save all men but can't?
Did Jesus fail when He said He was the saviour of the world?
Did God lose the vast majority of the human race?
God created good and not evil. True?
Salvation a one shot deal and not a process. True?
Is the lake of fire and hell the same thing?
If you answered yes to some or all of these questions it may be worthwhile to read some of the articles on this web site to see if you agree or disagree.
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