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1 A God Who Loves Us 2 or Calvin's God

An evil Pagan teachings
That is attributed to God
By those who say they worship Him
THE GOD SLANDERING DARK AGE DOCTRINE OF HELL
MAKES GOD EVIL, CRUEL, SADISTIC, AND FIENDISH. By some
unknown and twisted reasoning it is assumed that for God to be just He
must forever torment the lost for His justice demands this; HOW DOES
“GOD IS A JUST GOD” DEMAND THAT THERE IS A HELL OR
PROVE THERE IS A HELL? From the first sin, God's sentence to
Adam was not eternal torment but death. Throughout the Bible, the
sentence for sin is always death, not torment. "The wages of sin is
death." That His justice demands that He must forever torment the lost
is without any foundation in His word. To put it pure and simple, it is a
doctrine of man and it makes God evil, cruel, and fiendish for if the
punishment exceeds the crime by millions of times, it is injustice, not
justice.
If a man should put a single person that had raped and killed his wife in a
dark pit and torment him day and night for ten years, most would condemn
him to the hottest part of "Hell." Yet, some teach that God made mankind
knowing that most of them would be lost, and many millions would never
hear His word; yet He will torment them worse than anything we can
imagine, not for ten years; but time without end. It will be God doing the
tormenting; God will be the one who makes the fire and keeps it burning
forever. Satan or the evil ones will not be tormenting themselves. Many try
to justify God for doing more than any man can do, and being more cruel
and sadistic than the most evil man could ever be by saying we cannot
understand the evil of sin. The God of the Bible is a God of love and justice;
not as many make Him: sadistic, fiendish, cruel, evil, and in character much
like Satan. In the Hell that is preached today no one will be corrected by the
torment; therefore, it can only be sadistic?
The Ultimate Evil: “The idea of never-ending conscious agony is
so completely revolting to our instinctive moral and judicial senses
that we could fittingly call it the ultimate evil. If we‟re honest about
the matter, this is exactly what it is. After all, is it possible to come up
with a worse notion than perpetual fiery conscious misery – with no
merciful respite or end to the suffering? The mere idea is so disturbing
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