He that believeth and is baptized shall be saved; but he that disbelieveth shall be condemned. Mk 16:16 Yes or no; are the words 'saved' and 'condemned' in Mk 16:16 referring to eternal consequences (e.g. 'saved from eternity burning in hell' or 'condemned to eternity burning in hell')? If yes, can you build a case from scripture to prove it? ( I hope to discuss also other 'eternal consequence' passages on this thread; Mk 16:16 seems a good place to start) I vote no. I don't believe eternal consequences were the immediate intent of this statement by Christ.