Questions About Death

Questions About Death – By Daniel Sheridan
 
Why didn’t Paul ever give a hell-fire message in Acts?
 
Why didn’t Paul ever mention hell in his letters?
 
For that matter, why didn’t any of the other Apostles talk about hell?
 
Paul, in Acts 26, said he had proclaimed the whole counsel of God. If orthodox hell is as basic as modern preachers say it is, why then isn’t it part of the whole counsel of God?
 
Was Paul disobedient to God?
 
Would Paul fail the modern orthodox test?
 
Why didn’t Paul ever mention the Lake of Fire, the Second Death, Gehenna, or the “weeping and gnashing of teeth?” Could it be that these things have nothing to do with us?
 
Idolaters, philosophers, spiritists, cultists, religionists, and orthodox Christians teach that man HAS a soul. The Scriptures, however, say man IS a soul (Genesis 2:7). Which one is correct?
 
Idolaters, philosophers, spiritists, cultists, religionists, and orthodox Christians teach that the soul is immortal. Scripture says souls die (Ezekiel 18:4). Who is correct?
 
Idolaters, philosophers, spiritists, cultists, religionists, and orthodox Christians teach that death is “separation from God,” or “life in another place.” Scripture says death is a return (Genesis 3:19). Which one is correct?
 
Idolaters, philosophers, spiritists, cultists, religionists, and orthodox Christians teach that death is a reward for the righteous. Scripture says it’s the wages of sin. Which one is correct?
 
Idolaters, philosophers, spiritists, cultists, religionists, and orthodox Christians praise death as a wonderful gateway to a higher plane; as if it were a beautiful thing. Scripture calls death an enemy which will be destroyed; it presents it as something to be hated. Which one is correct?
 
These are just a few questions that helped me find the truth. Ask these to yourself and seek answers from God’s Word.
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