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  1. HELL • The safest road to hell is the gradual one - the gentle slope, soft underfoot, without sudden turnings, without milestones, without signposts. • C. S. Lewis • Hell doesn't even exist ... It's all in our minds. We invented it as a warning to those who don't live up to our standards. • S. Kaye Saunders • Goto Heaven for the climate, Hell for the company. • Mark Twain The road to Hell is paved with good intentions. Karl Marx

  2. Often asked questions about Hell: Is the word “hell” actually in the Bible? Why would God make such a place? How can a loving God send anyone to hell? How could a temporary time of sin justify eternal punishment? What about all the other religions – are their followers all going to hell? Can you be saved out of hell? Can you repent once you are there? What is hell like? Biblical Words that Describe Hell Fire and brimstone Furnace of fire Judgment by fire Fiery oven Lake of fire Eternal punishment Pits of darkness Flames of fire Burning wind Unquenchable fire Judgment by fire Read more: HellMore people believe in heaven than believe in hell, but hell is a literal place.  There can be no heaven without a hell.  Jesus actually spoke more about hell than He did heaven and He described it as a real place.  He used vividly descriptive language when He spoke about it.  Hell was never intended for humans but was a place of eternal punishment prepared for the Devil and his followers, the demons (Matt. 25:41).  The Bible describes hell with words that simply cannot be imagined.Read more: How about you? What questions do YOU have about hell?

  3. Hell was not part of the original creation. Hell is God's fall-back position. Hell is something God was forced to make because people chose to rebel against him and turn against what was best for them and the purpose for which they were created. • LEE STROBEL, The Case for Faith • Hell is not evil; it's a place where evil gets punished. Hell is not pleasant, appealing, or encouraging. But Hell is morally good, because a good God must punish evil. • RANDY ALCORN, If God Is Good