Theological Insights from a Modern Perspective

Very good exegesis. This fits well with the a Eastern concept of the afterlife. In Easten theology man is judge upon his death, then awaits Christ’s second coming before moving onto the appropriate “level” of Heaven, as referenced by Paul .

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I was asked to retool this post some time ago for this site, but haven’t been free to do so until now. My hope is that this writing helps clear up some possible misconceptions of what the Bible originally stated about hell. Through translation and otherwise bad interpretation, the concept has been severely skewed and held so adamantly as a core belief that it can cause discomfort when questioned (aka cognitive dissonance). Generally, anyone challenging the belief is excommunicated by mainstream Christianity and upheld as a heretic, false prophet/teacher, etc… Knowing this, I humbly and hesitantly present my findings as I journey with God. As I’ve stated in other writings, please research these things for yourself with the Holy Spirit.

Overview
The traditional meaning of hell I was taught centered around: a place of everlasting, conscious fiery torment where any human that dies without becoming a Christian will end up. The exact methodology of this “becoming” was always a shifting target…

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Comments on: "Sheol and Gehenna and Hades, Oh My! – Redux" (2)

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