The words that stuck out to me most from the entire article: "You’re free to choose what you surrender to, but you’re not free from the consequences of that choice". Great reminder as a response for those who throw out the free will argument.
My opinion on Bible research: I believe animals go to heaven. Some Christians disagree, but my Bible research explains how Bible is misinterpreted by some: Dog meant wicked/impure people in book of Revelation when says dogs won't enter heaven. Why? Cuz do
Matthew 7: 1-5 The Word Judgw has many meaning & hebrew greek definitions but we are going to focus on the main three in the New Testament Greek. Krino - to judge by deterrming with law, diakrino - to distinquish between good and evil, katakrino - to condemn When reding concerning the word judge you need to make sure your reading the scripture in context with what is in the greek, meaning it's not always the same word in the text. Reading James 4:12 we know that this text is talking...
"If you're ever sad, remember that Sam Winchester decorated his Christmas tree with air fresheners." [It makes me happy and sad at the same time... And you have to remember that Sam has bad memories associated with Christmas, and that Dean was condemned during that time, so it was a 'last Christmas' sort of thing. That being said, it was the cutest, most awkward Christmas to ever happen. I smiled and suffered both in this episode.]