The people brought to the judgment of destruction were those of Sodom, Gomorrah and the cities round about them, including Admah and Zeboim Deut. These places were totally destroyed together with their inhabitants. Originally, they were within the borders of the Canaanites Gen. But this sin had been indulged to an extreme in which these wretched people had out-fornicated the fornicators of the world, having gone awhoring after flesh of a different kind from that of the natural male-female carnal relationship. That is, men burned in their lust toward one another, men with men doing the unseemly; the women changing the natural use to that which is against nature Rom. So this particular sin is sodomitish fornication. The example of the judgment to be expected on sodomitical sins is expressed in this, that these cities and their sodomies lie before the eyes of the whole world as an illustration of all perverts undergoing the divine vengeance of everlasting fire. The judgment inflicted is the vengeance of everlasting fire. The sodomites not only had their cities burned up, but they were thrown down into hell, where the worm dieth not and the fire is not quenched Mk. Hell is the place of everlasting punishment.
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Apostasy in Christianity is the rejection of Christianity by someone who formerly was a Christian or who wishes to administratively be removed from a formal registry of church members. It has been described as "a willful falling away from, or rebellion against, Christianity. Apostasy is the rejection of Christ by one who has been a Christian According to B. Oropeza, the warning passages in the New Testament describe at least three dangers which could lead a Christian to apostasize: . A number of sections in the writings of Paul and James focus on vices and virtues. The Christians were to persevere through various types of opposition, standing firm against temptation, false doctrine, hardships and persecution. The Greek noun apostasia rebellion, abandonment, state of apostasy, defection  is found only twice in the New Testament Acts ; 2 Thessalonians
Apostasy in the Last Days (10): Apostate Sodomites Suffering in Hell
Father Spiletto was an Italian priest at a Catholic hospital, and a secret apostate of Hell. He was horribly burnt in a fire and left mute. Father Spiletto was a priest at a Catholic hospital in Rome , Italy ; he was one of the secret disciples of Satan and the Head of the Roman Satanic Covenance, and was involved in the plot to deliver the Antichrist and ensure his rise to power. When the Antichrist was born at Spiletto's hospital at 6 AM on 6 June, the Thorn family's newborn baby was secretly murdered to get the Antichrist adopted by them. Baylock under the name of Sister Teresa as the elected who will directly take part in the birth of the Antichrist in Rome. When Robert Thorn comes to the hospital to see his newborn son, Spiletto tells him that it died, and lies to him that it was stillborn. When Robert becomes unsure of how to explain it to his wife Kathy due to her emotional instability, Spiletto convinces him to instead adopt another, orphaned baby boy and to tell Kathy that it is their son. Robert is reluctant to do this at first, but Spiletto eventually convinces him otherwise and gives him the baby Antichrist to switch with the dead Thorn baby. At some point later in the year, when a fire started in the hospital, Spiletto survived but the left side of his face was horribly burnt and disfigured, and he was left mute and catatonic except for some movement in his left hand. He was sent to the Monastery of San Benedetto in Subiaco , where he managed to confess to the priests that he had turned from God by writing signs and symbols of it down with his left hand.
Let's Adore Jesus-Eucharist! The Carrying of the Cross. It is a law of Sociological Science: " Any religion which teaches that we go to Heaven automatically, ends up in the dumpster automatically ". Apostasy is not having a small doubt about some dogma of faith.