Month: December 2015

  • Innocent Assurance

    Innocent assurance is absence of flickering doom. Innocent assurance is more important than enjoyment.

  • Flickering Doom

    Flickering doom is the temporary experience of one who oscillates (quickly alternates) between the possibility of being unable to avoid escaping hell and the (seeming) actuality of escaping hell. It is only an experience, not a reality. Now, advance knowledge of the possibility of this experience alone cannot prevent this experience from occurring. The only […]

  • Sexual Assurance

    Sexual assurance is absence of sexual doom.  Sexual assurance is more important than sexual enjoyment.

  • Real Doom

    Real doom is the experience of one who cannot escape hell.  It is only experienced by people in hell and by those who have rejected repeated warnings by God to choose to stop sinning.  How many warnings only God knows.  Any person who has rejected repeated warnings by God to choose to stop sinning, who […]

  • Sexual Doom

    Sexual doom is the temporary experience of one who possibly cannot avoid escaping hell.  It is only an experience, not a reality.  Now, advance knowledge of the possibility of this experience alone cannot prevent this experience from occurring.  The only sure way of preventing it from occurring is advance knowledge of the possibility of the […]

  • Blind Bulldozer

    A blind bulldozer is something that breaks through sexual blindness and motivates one to stop their sexual activity.  The only blind bulldozer that we have been able to document is sexual doom.

  • Sexual Blindness

    Sexual blindness is the temporary narrowing of one’s ability to know that may occur during sexual exjoyment.  One may temporarily only be able to know things related to their sexual enjoyment.

  • Sexual Guilt

    Sexual guilt is guilt due to sexual activity.  60% of sexual guilt among the population of the world in general is unwarranted; that is, 60% of the time the population of the word in general has no reason to feel sexually guilty because of their sexual activity.  70% of the sexual activity that results in unwarranted […]

  • Righteousness and Knowledge

    One’s knowledge is proportional to their righteousness; that is, the more righteous a person is the more knowledge they have.  However, righteousness, of course, is not the only thing that determines how much knowledge one has.

  • Sin Versus Wrongdoing

    Sin is failure to do the right thing whether or not one knows they are failing to do the right thing. Wrongdoing is failure to do the right thing while knowing they are failing to do the right thing.