THE UNPARDONABLE SIN “?”
-Mark 3:29 states, … But he that shall blaspheme against the Holy Ghost has never forgiveness, but is
in danger of eternal damnation …
According to Gary Amirault:
-"We have all heard of the term "the unpardonable sin." You will not find this term in the Bible, at least not
in the Greek text. Some Bibles, such as the New Open Bible New American Standard puts headers into the text such as "Scribes
Commit the Unpardonable Sin." These headers are not in the Greek text. They have been added by the editors of that particular
translation. This is one reason why so-called "study Bibles" often are a detriment rather than a help. The Scofield Reference
Bible was among the first to use such techniques. The Pre-trib Rapture teaching was greatly aided by these kinds of additions
into Bibles such as Scofields. They clearly "add to the Word of God" as do most "study Bibles." ( The Power Of Life And
Death In A Greek Four Letter Word - Aion, Gary Amirault )
-Let us take a look at what this passage is actually saying. The correct translation of this passage should
read as follows: But whoever may speak evil in regard to the Holy Spirit has not forgiveness - to the age, but is in danger
of age-during judgment; ( Young’s Literal Translation ) …
-Yes … This scripture definitely speaks of judgment and correction ( because the Pharisees said that Jesus
performed miracles by the power of Satan ), but the judgment is not eternal, but age-during ( of the ages, or … within
the ages of time ). The Greek word “aionios” should always be translated age-during ( or … of the ages ),
but not eternal or everlasting. So … All of God’s dealings with man are to be seen as within the ages of time
( “aionios” ). Having a knowledge of this helps us to be able to discard silly teachings such as eternal torture.
God is not going to eternally torment any of His creation. He is a loving Father Who wants to correct ( judge ), not torture.
After understanding that God’s plan is a plan of ages, you can then see how that age-during judgment fits within His
plan of the ages, but does not go beyond the ages.
-Yes … There is a consequence for sin, but thank God that our Heavenly Father seeks to correct for the
purpose of restoration, rather than subjecting someone to vindictive and endless torture. This ( endless torture ) could never
serve any redeeming purpose!
-THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS AN UNPARDONABLE SIN. REMEMBER … LOVE NEVER FAILS!-