In the Bible the tree of life is used to refer to an actual tree which has leaves and fruit, but it's also used euphemistically to refer to the fruits of seeking and gaining wisdom.
God, through the power of the Holy Spirit, wrote the Bible and God knew that this day would come. Peter, foreseeing that the Church could come under attack for failing to obey local law, exhorts us to obey all laws.
As a single dad who's been chewed up and spat out by by social services there isn't anything more sickening than a Pastor preaching at full-tilt and yelling about how he beat his kids for any minor infraction of his authority.
If someone likes 1 of your pictures, Like 2 of theirs.
Don’t judge. It doesn’t matter who follows you, follow them back. At the other end of that social media account is a soul. That soul is someone who you can have an impact on.
The word soul occurs 458 times in the KJV. The majority of these references are clearly references to the person as an individual. It's as if the word soul could be used interchangeably with any personal pronoun.
Outer darkness is only referred to three times in scripture, but by using context we can establish what and where it is. The easiest thing to take for context is the gnashing of teeth, which occurs nine times in the Bible.
Apparently the law of God has been written in our hearts. This may be taken in a variety of ways but we (that's me and the Holy spirit) believe that the Bible exists as non-coding DNA in every cell of our bodies.
If all of the impurity and corruption has been disposed of in the lake of fire in outer darkness then the center of creation is free for God to inhabit with his people: those who chose him because they had free will.
We (that's me and the Holy spirit) used the same evidence that mainstream science (SciPop) uses but got a different result, so SciPop isn't repeatable. Therefore, according to the scientific method, SciPop isn't scientific.