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ON THIS WEEK'S SHOW... 10/1/15... How Jesus Christ took on God's Judgment for the whole world onto Himself while on the cross... So God has no more Judgment and Wrath to give to the world over their sins in this life since Jesus soaked up all of our sins, curses, sicknesses and Judgment like a sponge as He hung from the cross to redeem us by Grace! ....Thursday @4pm ET / 3pm CT / 2pm MT / 1pm PT
William B. Crawford is a former reporter, writer and legal affairs columnist for the Chicago Tribune. During a 23-year-career at the newspaper, he was the recipient of a Pulitzer Prize as well as many other major awards for his work. After leaving the newspaper, he was the Chicago Mercantile Exchange's senior vice president of global communications. In 2002 he co-founded O'Connell & Crawford LLC, a media strategy and crisis management firm.
His book: Justice Perverted: How the Innocence Project at Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism Sent an Innocent Man to Prison is Crawford's second book.
The documentary, A Murder in the Park,
Directors: Christopher S. Rech, Brandon Kimber
is based on his book.
The Bible says in Matthew 25:46: "And these shall go away into everlasting punishment: but the righteous into life eternal."
The featured quote for this episode is from Charles Spurgeon. He said, “If sinners be damned, at least let them leap to Hell over our bodies. If they will perish, let them perish with our arms about their knees. Let no one go there unwarned and unprayed for.”
Our topic for today is "The Eternality of Future Judgment (Part 2)" from the book, "Christian Theology" by Dr. Millard J. Erickson.
John A. T. Robinson says, "The genuine universalist will base nothing on the fact (which is a fact) that the New Testament word for eternal does not necessarily mean everlasting, but enduring only for an indefinitely long period. For he can apply this signification to 'eternal punishment' in Matthew 25:46 only if he is willing to give exactly the same sense to 'eternal life' in the same verse. As F. D. Maurice said many years ago now, writing to F. J. A. Hort: 'I did not see how 'eternal' could mean one thing when it was joined with 'punishment' and another when it was joined with 'life.' To admit that the two phrases are not parallel is at once to treat them with unequal seriousness. And that, a true universalism must refuse to do."
A problem arises from the fact that Scripture speaks not merely of eternal death (which one might interpret as meaning that the wicked will not be resurrected), but of eternal fire, eternal punishment, and eternal torment as well. What kind of God is it who is not satisfied by a finite punishment but makes humans suffer for ever and ever? This seems to be beyond the demands of justice; it appears to involve a tremendous degree of vindictiveness on the part of God.
On this special episode of Legal Q&A Peter discusses the meaning of vacating a default judgment. If you vacate a default judgment does that mean that you win the case?
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Are you ready for your judgment day? Join Catholic speaker and author Gary Zimak as he reflects on this often overlooked, but very important topic. In addition, we'll look at today's daily Mass readings which remind us of the importance of giving thanks. Don't miss this powerful episode of The Gary Zimak Show!
Join Fire & Grace Church LIVE @11:00 AM CST as we look at the prophecy of Jesus "...as it was in the days of Noah..." (Luke 17:26) and compare it to our time right now. Most of mankind is totally controlled by evil spirits of lust, violence, and hatred of God's laws. And sadly, most Christians are not any different. We must overcome these evil spirits of Satan through the power of Jesus Christ and the weapons He has given us or we will lose this war and lose our souls. Will you be an overcomer or will you be overcome by the flood of evil in these last days? Time to chooose!
WMI - Mercy & Judgment (The Science of Judgment) - Dr Jonathan Hansen - 10-30-15
Special Thanks to World Ministries International www.world,inistries.org
Judgment seems to be a common human theme. We are judged and we learn to judge. We are blamed and we learn to blame. How has that affected your life?
What would life be like if we lived free of judgment and blame. How do we change that pattern? How does color therapy shift this? Join Arlene Arnold as she discusses how to go about this kind of transformation. Join in the conversation by calling (646)595-4667 or contact us through the chat room.
A replay of the show "The Dark Days of Judgment are Here".
Egypt and Western Asia tell the same story. “In each case we have a standard or measuring-rod of authentic historical record,” declares Samuel Laing, “of certainly not less than 8,000 and more probably 9,000 or 10,000 years, from the present time; and in each case we find ourselves at this remote date, in the presence, not of rude beginnings, but of a civilization already ancient and far advanced. We have populous cities, celebrated temples, an organized priesthood, an advanced state of agriculture and of the industrial and fine arts; writing and books so long known that their origin is lost in myth; religions in which advanced philosophical and moral ideas are already developed; astronomical systems which imply a long course of accurate observations. How many centuries it may have taken to develop such a civilization, from the primitive beginnings of Neolithic and Paleolithic origins, is a matter of conjecture. All we can infer is, that it must have required an immense time, much longer than that embraced by the subsequent period of historical record.” (Human Origins, by Samuel Laing, p. 30, London, 1913.) ~Of these crucified saviors, the most prominent were Osiris and Horus of Egypt, Krishna of India, Mithra of Persia, Quetazlcoatl of Mexico, Adonis of Babylonia and Attis of Phrygia. Nearly all of these slain savior-gods have the following stories related about them: They are born of a virgin, on or near Dec. 25th (Christmas); their births are heralded by a star; they are born either in a cave or stable; they are slain, commonly by crucifixion; they descend into hell, and rise from the dead at the beginning of Spring (Easter), and finally ascend into heaven. The parallels between the legendary lives of these pagan messiahs and the life of Jesus Christ as recorded in the Bible are so similar that progressive Bible scholars now admit that stories of these heathen Christs have been woven into the life-story of Jesus.
Many in the Body of Christ take for granted that we will be judged before those in the world do before God. Why does it begin with US? 1 Peter 4:17 For it is time for judgment to begin with God’s household; and if it begins with us, what will the outcome be for those who do not obey the gospel of God? (NIV)
The Bible says in Matthew 13:49-50: "So shall it be at the end of the world: the angels shall come forth, and sever the wicked from among the just, And shall cast them into the furnace of fire: there shall be wailing and gnashing of teeth."
The featured quote for this episode is from Charles Spurgeon. He said, “It is a horrible thing for a man to be so doctrinal that he can speak coolly of the doom of the wicked, so that, if he does not actually praise God for it, it costs him no anguish of heart to think of the ruin of millions of our race. This is horrible! I hate to hear the terrors of the Lord proclaimed by men whose hard visages, harsh tones, and unfeeling spirit betray a sort of doctrinal desiccation: all the milk of human kindness is dried out of them. Having no feeling himself, such a preacher creates none, and the people sit and listen while he keeps to dry, lifeless statements, until they come to value him for being ‘sound,’ and they themselves come to be sound, too: and I need not add, sound asleep also, or what life they have is spent in sniffing out heresy and making earnest men offenders for a word. Into this spirit may we never be baptized!”
Our topic for today is "The Finality of the Future Judgment" from the book, "Christian Theology" by Millard J. Erickson.
--- The Finality of the Future Judgment
It is important to recognize the finality of the coming judgment. When the verdict is rendered at the last judgment the wicked will be assigned to their final state. Nothing in Scripture indicates that there will be opportunity for belief after a preliminary period of punishment.
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