So what's the point in refusing a transfusion then???
the same point in rejecting fornication, adultery, smoking, drunkeness, lying, stealing, murdering etc etc etc
these things are opposed to Gods law
Again, how could you truely be happy after the resurection if a loved one dosn't get resurected? What is an example of an "unforgivable sin"? And unforgivable to who? Jehovah or people? What if it's a sin the I forgive them for but god does not?
Its hard to say exactly how anyone will feel. Perhaps we will be given an understanding of why someone we love was not resurrected? Whatever happens, God will not bring us into the resurrection in mourning.
With regard to unforgivable sin, Jesus said:
Every sort of sin and blasphemy will be forgiven men, but the blasphemy against the spirit will not be forgiven.
Blasphemy against the spirit can only come from those who have been enlightened with the truth according the Pauls words at Hebrews 6:4-6 It is impossible as regards those who have once for all been enlightened, . . . but who have fallen away, to revive them again to repentance...
And we also are given the word that If we practice sin willfully after having received the accurate knowledge of the truth, there is no longer any sacrifice for sins left, but there is a certain fearful expectation of judgment.
Hebrews 10:26, 27
So 'unforgivable' sin comes from apostates...those who had been enlightened with truth, but then turned against that truth. Only God knows who has sinned in this way because it is against himself, they turn... and as the reader of hearts, he knows who has truly turned on him. These are people who God knows will not accept him or his rulership...the resurrection is to give people the opportunity to come to know God and accept his rulership and ways, but there are some people who have already made their decision and God knows they will not accept him no matter what. They are people who have known him, believed in him, knew his laws but made the willful decision to reject Jehovah. There is no point in resurrecting them because they will choose the same thing again and it could just be that God uses his power of foreknowledge to make that determination.