Skip to comments.Did the composer of (perhaps) the most secular song ever written, later disavow that song?
Posted on 03/23/2012 10:31:38 AM PDT by NYer
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Unless you have reason to believe those eyewitnesses are liars, I would trust that testimony.
Those particular eyewitnesses are not the only ones in the last 40 years to receive guided tours of heaven or hell. They are among many.
There are many pastors who don’t talk about hell, or don’t believe in it, so God is giving these guided tours to make it absolutely crystal clear that he was absolutely crystal clear in what he said 2000 years ago about hell.
1) it is hopeless
2) it is painful
3) it is forever
... so matter what Pastor Lukewarm or Reverend Hairdo says or does not say.
Trust the source, unless you have reason not to.
Ah, well. I’m ready. what about you?
Not bad, not bad at all.
I love the Beatles' music, at times despite the lyrics. It has intelligence, -- not in the sense that "I wanna hold your hand" is verbally intelligent but melodically, and it is also gentle. The Abbey Road sounds like a Beethoven symphony. It is hard for me to think that these people were soulless like pop artists generally are.
(Spare me please your Captain Obvious line aboput poetic license.)
Less we forget, even Judas was sorry for what he done and tried to rationalized his behavior.
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