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  1. Alex Alex says:

    All in all a good booklet if you want to know about the vision of the endtimes Hippolytus talks about both the resurrection and about judgement day It's very short but good as far as it goes For the resurrection I think Athenagoras' Resurrection of the Dead is better but you can still pick up Hippolytus as a refresher or to learn about it in the first place Brevity does not make it worthless far from itI have my problems with this passage hence only three starsOf which voice the justification will be seen in the awarding to each that which is just; since to those who have done well shall be assigned righteously eternal bliss and to the lovers of iniuity shall be given eternal punishment And the fire which is un uenchable and without end awaits these latter and a certain fiery worm which dies not and which does not waste the body but continues bursting forth from the body with unending pain No sleep will give them rest; no night will soothe them; no death will deliver them from punishment; no voice of interceding friends will profit them For neither are the righteous seen by them any longer nor are they worthy of remembrance But the righteous will remember only the righteous deeds by which they reached the heavenly kingdom in which there is neither sleep nor pain nor corruption nor care nor night nor day measured by timeI don't think this conforms with Matthew 1042 according to which every little favor done to a believer will bring a reward I also see a conflict with 1 Timothy 410 If Christ is the savior of ALL men then endless punishment with no hope of salvation for any of the condemned doesn't fit There are verses like that You don't have to go all the way of universal salvation but Hippolytus' binary eschatology is in my opinion far implausible on the face of itAnother problem I have is that the punishments and rewards also seem undifferentiated I cannot imagine that everyone from the lukewarm Christian to the Saint will receive the same reward in the life to come At the very least he will first have to be purified in the cleansing fires that both Origen and Gregory Thaumaturgus talked about Likewise I cannot imagine that the habitual pagan will suffer the same torments as a prosecutor of Christians Lastly if the Gospels and the Epistles all exhort us to love even our enemies how does that fit in with forgetting that sinners exist when we are in Heaven? If God is merciful and loving would He want us to lose the mercy and love that He inspired in us? I think not But this is precisely what Hippolytus view here seems to entail


  2. Christian Proano Christian Proano says:

    Really is of a treatise about Hades


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