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A Second Chance?

A Second Chance?

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Now there is a sobering thought. If indeed there are only two kinds of people in the world, and if I am “people,” I must be either saved or lost. And if I’m not consciously aware of having been saved, then I must be lost. And if I’m lost...
What the preacher said sounds logical, but is it true? We have to ask, because his statement has some frightening implications.
For example, if there are indeed only two kinds of people in the world, then a newborn baby is either saved or lost right from the start. If a baby is born lost, and if all lost people must go to hell when they die, then what happens to this baby if he dies in infancy...?
Now there is a sobering thought. If indeed there are only two kinds of people in the world, and if I am “people,” I must be either saved or lost. And if I’m not consciously aware of having been saved, then I must be lost. And if I’m lost...
What the preacher said sounds logical, but is it true? We have to ask, because his statement has some frightening implications.
For example, if there are indeed only two kinds of people in the world, then a newborn baby is either saved or lost right from the start. If a baby is born lost, and if all lost people must go to hell when they die, then what happens to this baby if he dies in infancy...?

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Published by: FreetosharePublications on Apr 20, 2011
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 A Second
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RONALD L. DART
 
 
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 A Second Chance?
Ronald L. Dart
hristian Educational Ministries P.O. Box 560 Whitehouse, TX 75791/Borntowin.net 
 
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“There are two kinds of people in the world,” intoned the preacher,“the saved and the lost. There is no middle ground with God.” 
ow there is a sobering thought. If indeed there are only two kindsof people in the world, and if I am “people,” I must be either savedor lost. And if I’m not consciously aware of having been saved, thenI must be lost. And if I’m lost... What the preacher said sounds logical, but is it true? We have to ask, becausehis statement has some frightening implications.For example, if there are indeed only two kinds of people in the world, then anewborn baby is either saved or lost right from the start. If a baby is born lost,
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