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Yes, i forgot that you were a hopeless Dispensationalist.

That aside - Matt. 7:21-23 is about God's Judgement.

 

No one is denying (Matt.7:21-23) is about judgement.   

 

To whom and when that judgement occurs is important.  

 

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No one is denying (Matt.7:21-23) is about judgement.   

 

To whom and when that judgement occurs is important.  

 

Stranger 

Yes, I forgot that you hold a bizarre view on many Judgments.

 

There are only TWO that the Bible speaks of:

1)  Particular Judgement

2)  General Judgment.


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Yes, I forgot that you hold a bizarre view on many Judgments.

 

There are only TWO that the Bible speaks of:

1)  Particular Judgement

2)  General Judgment.

 

Who says?  And where does it say it?

 

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Edited by Stranger, 25 April 2017 - 01:47 PM.

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Who says?  And where does it say it?

 

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We've been through ALL of this before yet YOU keep coming up with more and more judgments that simply are not Biblical.

We are judged right after we die (Particular Judgement - 1 Cor. 3:12-15, Heb. 9:27).

The living and the dead are Judged at the 2nd coming (General Judgement - Matt. 7:21-23, Matt. 25:21-46).

 

There are NO more Judgments.

ALL rewards and punishments are dolled out during those 2 Judgments.


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We've been through ALL of this before yet YOU keep coming up with more and more judgments that simply are not Biblical.

We are judged right after we die (Particular Judgement - 1 Cor. 3:12-15, Heb. 9:27).

The living and the dead are Judged at the 2nd coming (General Judgement - Matt. 7:21-23, Matt. 25:21-46).

 

There are NO more Judgments.

ALL rewards and punishments are dolled out during those 2 Judgments.

 

I didn't read anything about any 'particular' or 'general' judgments.   Those are man made terms, which are fine if indeed they are supported Scripturally.  But yours are not.  You google many verses but give no explanation.  Am I supposed to be impressed?  

 

Explain why those verses you gave speak to a particular judgement.

 

Explain why those verses you gave speak to a general judgement.

 

Explain why all rewards and punishments are dolled out during these two judgments. 

 

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I didn't read anything about any 'particular' or 'general' judgments.   Those are man made terms, which are fine if indeed they are supported Scripturally.  But yours are not.  You google many verses but give no explanation.  Am I supposed to be impressed?  

 

Explain why those verses you gave speak to a particular judgement.

 

Explain why those verses you gave speak to a general judgement.

 

Explain why all rewards and punishments are dolled out during these two judgments. 

 

Stranger

Stranger - we've been ALL through this on another thread and even in the face of overwhelming evidence, you insisted that you were right and I was wrong - even though the consensus of Protestant and Catholic scholarship agrees about the 2 Judgments.  In short - I've already presented my evidence ad nauseam, to the point where even a 2nd grader can understand.

You can go on believing that there will be several judgments - but there are only two.


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Stranger - we've been ALL through this on another thread and even in the face of overwhelming evidence, you insisted that you were right and I was wrong - even though the consensus of Protestant and Catholic scholarship agrees about the 2 Judgments.  In short - I've already presented my evidence ad nauseam, to the point where even a 2nd grader can understand.

You can go on believing that there will be several judgments - but there are only two.

 

I will go on and believe the Bible because of what it says.   

 

You have given no proof  that (Matt. 7:21-23) is a judgement of the dead.  You cite man made headings, 'general' and 'particular', because that is all you know.  

 

You're evidence is nauseous, so I am not surprised at your nauseaum.   Indeed, 2nd grade level is your benchmark. 

 

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