Infinite Punishment for Finite Sins

God is called perfectly just, and yet he sentences the imperfect humans he created to infinite suffering in hell for finite sins. Clearly, a limited offense does not warrant unlimited punishment. The absurd injustice of this infinite punishment is even greater when we consider that the ultimate source of human imperfection is the God who created them. A perfectly just God who sentences his imperfect creation to infinite punishment for finite sins is impossible.
Not only this, but the Bible actually lies whenever it claims that we will be sent to hell for eternity, because we weren’t in hell the entire eternity before we were born and throughout our human life. What Christians mean when they say ‘eternal’ is really just ‘from here on out’. Also, this means that the “time” spent tortured in hell for someone 100 years ago who lived a remarkably holy life, but never ‘accepted christ’ and then committed only one or two minor sins, will technically be 100 years LONGER than an abortionist’s hellstay if he died today, solely because he happened to be lucky enough to be born a century closer to the end of time.

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