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  1. the bible doesn’t teach any such thing. nonsense. indeed, dilly worthy (though i won’t link to him).

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  2. Of course, Jim, many same the same thing about the opposing position (like Glenn does, for example..)

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  3. Just Sayin'

    Since we’re discussing individuals, it must be pointed out that at least Glenn has an earned doctorate, Jim.

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  4. Jim, now there’s an interesting irony. My article mentions, among other things, the way that it’s a bit tiresome to keep seeing traditionalists dissecting the motives of annihilationists. When dismissing the article at your blog just now, you brushed it off suggesting that I hold me view because I don’t “like” the traditional view.

    Kinda ironic. It’s a bit like:
    Me: I wish you guys wouldn’t be so racist.
    You: Shut up, darkie.

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    1. Just Sayin'

      Jim West has just proven you right, Glenn. And he doesn’t even realise it!

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  5. Just Sayin'

    And I see that Jim has censored your reply on his blog. True to form!

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  6. Lori

    I have totally converted my stance on this issue after studying the argument presented by Glenn Peoples. I contacted about 7-8 pastors who hold a traditional view on this topic and politely asked them for a counter argument. I was ignored, belittled and told to go and ‘talk to my own pastor’. The truth is, the Biblical evidence for annihilationism is MUCH stronger than the case for eternal torment. Thank you, Glenn!

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