And his sons went and feasted in their houses,everyone his day; and sent and called for their three sisters to eat and to drink with them. There was a man in the land of UZ, whose name was Job; and that man was perfect and upright, and one that feared God.
The Bible knows nothing of scholasticism, that theological so-called science that exists to slice the baloney never thinner.
Rather,such phrases refer to what cannot adequately be articulated at all,philosophically or otherwise,and- since all language is essentially Metaphorical,even in what we consider to be common an-d "straightforward"
Parlance-,.... they point to what is to be experimentally known or lived out in relation to God, certain negative emotions develop, at the moment object we feel negative toward appears as absolute,something 100 percent negative.
As soon as that emotion reduces, the overall impression also becomes more positive. The faithful are instructed that hell should not be,thought of as a place,but as a condition in which God is absent. Christ's work for my salvation is complete! No work of mine can add to what he's done; I bow to worship at the master's feet,And honor God the father's only son.
We are not saved by good works,but,by God's work.