Some of these attempts to air condition **** include universalism (everybody is saved in the end, and all roads lead to Heaven), annihilationism (sometime after death a person’s soul simply ceases to exist), and viewing **** as merely a place of spiritual torment rather than physical. Some will go so far as to deny **** altogether. They maintain that books about ****, including the Bible, belong on the same shelf as books about werewolves, vampires, and Harry Potter. **** is fiction, fantasy, and fake.
In Dante’s classic work Inferno, the ancient Roman poet Virgil gives Dante a tour of ****. When Dante first passes through the gate of ****, he reads a chilling inscription: “Abandon all hope, ye who enter here.” Inferno, though a fictional work with many extrabiblical descriptions of ****, captures a critical biblical truth in this inscription. For the sinner, there is a day when hope ends, the day he or she passes through the portal of ****.
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In recent years, the biblical concept of **** has come under fire. **** is seen as the great scarecrow of Christianity, an antiquated tactic used by preachers of yesteryear to frighten people into making professions of faith. Those who view this as illegitimate fearmongering have responded by reinterpreting biblical passages on **** to make it more palatable and less offensive.
Some of these attempts to air condition **** include...
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