Tag Archives: second death

How can someone die and never die?

When Martha went to meet Jesus, after her brother, Lazarus, has died, she told Jesus that she believed confidently in the general resurrection of all people. Martha’s faith in resurrection is similar to many people today, who believe confidently in … Continue reading

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One tree or two trees? What’s the difference?

I’ve posted a number of times on the initial conditions in the Garden of Eden. The following table aims to draw together in one place the contrasts between the traditional “one tree” model of the garden and the “two tree” … Continue reading

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Eternal torment and torture, annihilation or death-row and execution?

This post is on a controversial issue. I will declare from the outset that, due to my understanding of the function of the two trees in the Garden of Eden within the Adamic Covenant, I hold to the view that … Continue reading

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Judicial death and natural death at the fall

Do you ever wonder why, if the wages of sin is death and Christ died for our sin why Christians still die? Understanding what happened at the fall helps shed some light. God said to Adam, “of the tree of … Continue reading

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