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The Pinnacle of Theology (Which Jesus?/Which Gospel?).

In Christianity,

the ‘Jesus’ of ‘eternal hell theology’ is ‘good’,

the ‘Jesus’ of ‘annihilation theology’ is ‘better’


the ‘Jesus’ of ‘universalism theology’ is the ‘best’.



Because we really ‘see Jesus’ by the way the ‘theology’ describes His actions towards His enemies. Indeed here is the above with this ‘perspective’:


In Christianity:


The ‘Jesus’ of ‘eternal hell theology’ is ‘good’ (because He is good only to believers and not to ‘all’ (contradicting Psalm 145:9 – which states that ‘Good is Jehovah to all, And His mercies are over all His works.’). Here He saves believers only and the rest of His enemies He burns eternally).


The ‘Jesus’ of ‘annihilation theology’ is ‘better’ (because at least after some ‘time’ in hell, His enemies will cease to exist feeling ‘no more pain’ (better than burning them eternally which is so ‘cruel’). But the fact remains that God did not make a ‘way’ for these enemies to be ‘rehabilitated’ proving that He is not omniscient nor omnipotent since the devil has outwitted Him to bring ‘more to hell’ (proves that He is not omniscient here since He failed to provide a solution to this problem – Go ye in through the strait gate, because wide is the gate, and broad the way that is leading to the destruction, and many are those going in through it – Matthew 7:13) and destroying them till they ‘cease to exist’ (only proves that He too is a ‘destroyer’ just for the different reasons contradicting His statement that the Devil comes to ‘destroy’ (John 10:10) showing He is impotent).


Finally, the ‘Jesus’ of ‘universalism theology’ is the ‘best’ (there’s nothing better than the ‘best’). Here we find Christ’s beatitudes and all His judgment principles ‘not violated’ but fulfilled by Him alone proving His ‘perfection’ to solve all our ‘imperfections’. Simply put, His enemies are overcome by His ‘awesome yet terrible power’ (psalm 66:3 – ‘Say to God, ‘How fearful are Thy works, By the abundance of Thy strength, Thine enemies feign obedience to Thee’). This awesome/terrible/fearful Power of His is shown through His ‘Judgments’ (hell, lake of fire, death, second death etc…) but it doesn’t ‘end’ there since it was to ‘make the enemies submit’ (Psalm 66:3) and their will be made subordinate to Christ (‘For He must reign till He has put all enemies under His feet.’ – 1 Corinthians 15:25) whilst they ‘reap what they have sown’ (Galatians 6:7) till judgment is overcome by His Mercy alone (‘…Mercy triumphs over judgment’ even for the most ‘extreme type of judgment’ which is, ‘judgment is without mercy for those who have shown no mercy…’ – James 2:13) until He turns it to ‘good’ by ‘ending all judgment sentences’ by the ‘propitiation of God’s wrath’ through the ‘Death of His Son to pay for the sins of the whole world!’ (as written in 1 John 2:2 – ‘And He is the propitiation for our sins: and not for ours only, but also for the sins of the whole world.’) proving His ‘Love (agape) never fails’ (1 Corinthians 13:8) even for His enemies (‘Love (also Agape) your enemies’ – Matthew 5:44) for whom God sent His Son to save moved by that same Love (agape in John 3:16 – 17) thereby proving that He ‘practices whatever principles He preached’ especially by ‘overcoming evil by good’ (Romans 12:21 – eternal hell & annihilation theology clearly contradict this principle of God proving that it’s not of Him) bringing about the ‘reconciliation of all things’ (Colossians 1:20) as He promised from the ‘age’ to all His Holy prophets to fulfill the ‘restoration of all things’ (Acts 3:21) in producing the ‘end’ result (the ‘end’ of the Bible as stated in 1 Corinthians 15:24 – note the word ‘end’ here) which is described to ‘conclude’ in the incomprehensible fact that God becomes ‘all in all’

(1 Corinthians 15:28) proving an ‘absolute universalism in Christ alone).


This is the ‘Good News’ (True Gospel of Lord Jesus Christ – ‘He saves all’).


The gospel of ‘eternal hell & annihilation theology’ is not a ‘gospel at all’ since there is ‘no bad news in the good news!’. For if there was a ‘bad news’ in the ‘good news’ (= gospel), then it won’t be a ‘good news’ (= gospel) at all in the first place. The Bible never states in principle that the ‘Gospel’ encompasses ‘bad news too’!


‘He who has an ear, let him hear what the Spirit says to the churches.’

(Revelation 3:13)


Probably that’s why apostle Paul himself (who made plenty of ‘all’ being ‘saved, reconciled, etc… statements’ but not one ‘eternal hell/fire’ verse in the 50% or so of the New Testament that ‘God inspired him to write’) says that ‘if anyone preaches a different Jesus’ or a ‘different gospel’ (from the universal Saviour of the World who saves – reconciles ‘all), then let him be ‘accursed’ (anathema) when we ‘combine’ the two verses below:


“for if, indeed, he who is coming doth preach another Jesus whom we did not preach, or another Spirit ye receive which ye did not receive, or other good news which ye did not accept — well were ye bearing it,”

(2 Corinthians 11:4)


“But should we, or an angel from Heaven, preach any other gospel unto you than that which we have preached to you, let him be accursed.”

(Galatians 1:8)


Which ‘Jesus’ do you believe in?

or shall I say,

which ‘Gospel’ do you believe in?

Decide for yourselves…

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