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  • As I understand it, your question is phrased incorrectly. It should be "Will sinners go to hell?" because judgment has not yet occurred. We are all sinners. Its the unrepentant sinner that will go to hell.
  • If they are not saved, yes. The Word of God teaches us that we are all sinners. (Romans 3:23) It also teaches us that the wages of sin is death. (Romans 6:23) Jesus, the perfect Son of God, came to die for our sins so that we could be saved. He died physically on the cross, and spiritually He experienced what spiritual death was like (what we would have all suffered in the lake of fire forever if He hadn't died for us.) when He was seperated from God. (see Matthew 27:46) He rose from the dead 3 days later and conquered death for us. Now, all sinners can be saved if they will just by faith believe in Him and trust Him as their Lord and personal Saviour. (See John Chapter 3 and Romans 10:9-13.) I hope that this is helpful. Thank you and God bless you!
  • What Hell? There has to be a Hell for Sinners to go to if that's the case, but there's no such thing.
  • Only if there are enough handbaskets.
  • Since all have sinned and fall short and are sinners; then yes they go to hell; but they also go to heaven. It is the ones who don't admit that they are sinners, turn from that sin, and acknowledge Jesus as their savior that go to hell, which is eternal separation from God.
  • Are you serious? I guess you don't believe in God either? Yikes.....good luck to you.
  • Everyone is a Sinner. So lets hope we all don't go to Hell.
  • Sinners and Saints often live in Hell right here on earth. Where do you think all the Iraqies are living? Heaven? Do you ever really look the people who live in Africa's slums? Or Egypt's? Or Brazil's? Some sinners are living in Hell right here, alongside of plenty of saints.
  • We're all sinners. Only unsaved sinners go to hell.
  • Ony if the don't repent their sins and take Jesus as their saviour. Those who don't, yes, Hell is ultimate destination.
  • Most religions state that if you are not a member of their religion, you will go to hell. Since there is more than one of these religions and since people do not belong to more than one religion, we can project that all souls go to hell.
  • My own personal belief is that there is no hell. I do believe in God but not as the traditional old dude in the sky.
  • No. Hell does not exist. That is a Christian/Islamic idea, and I am neither.
  • Depends on your religious beliefs if you have any at all that is. i am still undecided at the moment what i believe in. but i was brought up christian, and basically the belief is that if you sin and donot repent and accept jesus/god as your savior then yes you would go to 'hell'.
  • Unsaved ones do.
  • No, they just die. "The wages sin pays is death" says the Bible book of Romans 6:23 The upside is the final part of that scripture- -"but the gift God gives is everlasting life by Christ Jesus our Lord" The Grolier Universal Encyclopedia (1971, Vol. 9, p. 205) under “Hell” says: “Hindus and Buddhists regard hell as a place of spiritual cleansing and final restoration. Islamic tradition considers it as a place of everlasting punishment.” The idea of suffering after death is found among the pagan religious teachings of ancient peoples in Babylon and Egypt. Babylonian and Assyrian beliefs depicted the “nether world . . . as a place full of horrors, . . . presided over by gods and demons of great strength and fierceness.” Although ancient Egyptian religious texts do not teach that the burning of any individual victim would go on forever, they do portray the “Other World” as featuring “pits of fire” for “the damned.”—The Religion of Babylonia and Assyria, by Morris Jastrow, Jr., 1898, p. 581; The Book of the Dead, with introduction by E. Wallis Budge, 1960, pp. 135, 144, 149, 151, 153, 161, 200.
  • And to heaven too. The only difference is repentance (turning around one's life). Repentant sinners trust in the death of Jesus to cover over their sins. Unrepentant ones don't think they need any help.
  • If we are all going strictly on what the bible says and not being swayed one way or the other by greek mythology or popular pagan beliefs then we can accurately say that there is no hell. Paul was known to 'reason' from the scriptures. So if we put aside the things we are taught from others and just take in Gods word we will see this: Does the Bible indicate whether the dead experience pain? Eccl. 9:5, 10: “The living are conscious that they will die; but as for the dead, they are conscious of nothing at all . . . All that your hand finds to do, do with your very power, for there is no work nor devising nor knowledge nor wisdom in Sheol,* the place to which you are going.” (If they are conscious of nothing, they obviously feel no pain.) (*“Sheol,” JB; “the grave,” KJ, “hell,” Dy) Ps. 146:4: “His spirit goes out, he goes back to his ground; in that day his thoughts do perish.” Does the Bible indicate that the soul survives the death of the body? Ezek. 18:4: “The soul that is sinning—it itself will die.” Does anyone ever get out of the Bible hell? Rev. 20:13, 14, KJ: “The sea gave up the dead which were in it; and death and hell delivered up the dead which were in them: and they were judged every man according to their works. And death and hell were cast into the lake of fire.” (So the dead will be delivered from hell. Notice also that hell is not the same as the lake of fire but will be cast into the lake of fire.) What does the Bible say the penalty for sin is? Rom. 6:23: “The wages sin pays is death.” After one’s death, is he still subject to further punishment for his sins? Rom. 6:7: “He who has died has been acquitted from his sin.” Is eternal torment of the wicked compatible with God’s personality? Jer. 7:31: “They [apostate Judeans] have built the high places of Topheth, which is in the valley of the son of Hinnom, in order to burn their sons and their daughters in the fire, a thing that I had not commanded and that had not come up into my heart.” (If it never came into God’s heart, surely he does not have and use such a thing on a larger scale.) Illustration: What would you think of a parent who held his child’s hand over a fire to punish the child for wrongdoing? “God is love.” (1 John 4:8) Would he do what no right-minded human parent would do? Certainly not! So this is what the bible says. It is Gods word so we should not try to pollute it with beliefs stemmed from ungodly sources. "seek for understanding... as for hid treasures" Prov. 2:3,4
  • Some do and some do not. Not just any sin will send you straight to hell. Only mortal sins can do that. Sin is a deliberate thought, word, deed, or omission contrary to the eternal law of God. A mortal sin is a grave infraction of the law of God that destroys the divine life in the soul of the sinner (sanctifying grace), constituting a turn away from God. For a sin to be mortal, three conditions must be present: grave matter, full knowledge of the evil of the act, and full consent of the will. Most of the sins we commit are venial sins. Venial sin is a sin which does not destroy the divine life in the soul, as does mortal sin, though it diminishes and wounds it. Venial sin is the failure to observe necessary moderation, in lesser matters of the moral law, or in grave matters acting without full knowledge or complete consent. However consistent unrepentant venial sins can slowly destroy your relationship with God and become mortal sin. People die all the time with venial sins on their conscience and they will go to heaven. For more information, see the Catechism of the Catholic Church, sections 1854 and following: http://www.usccb.org/catechism/text/pt3sect1chpt1art8.htm#1854 With love in Christ.
  • According to the bible, man cannot walk this earth devoid of sin. It is those who repent that go to Heaven, and those who do not go to Hell. So to answer your question, sinners go to Hell, and sinners also go to Heaven.
  • Does your soul live forever? For the average yob, 30 seconds doing nothing at a traffic light is a real pain. Imagine being all alone with no senses to stimulate you from the outside world, forever. I think that would be hell enough for most people. Imagine a world where all your thoughts, memories and motives are easily read by everyone else. I imagine bad people would have nothing to do but run and try to hide from the embarrassment. I think that too would be hell enough for most people. Spending eternity with your worst memories, thinking "I really should have ..." would also be hell. But given that God is fair, what if the gates of hell were always open? What if the truth was that anyone could escape if they did the right thing but the fact is, given they didn't do the right thing on earth it would never occur to them to do the right thing in hell? This sounds a likely scenario to me. I have no texts to back any of these ideas, they're just idle thoughts.
  • Don't know where this story comes from but anyway: A priest asks God what the difference is between heaven and hell. God shows the priest two rooms, one for heaven and one for hell. In the middle of each room is a large pot of soup and surrounding the pot is a whole bunch of people with great long spoons attached to their arms. The spoons are so long that you can't use them to feed yourself. The people in hell are starving and the people in heaven are well fed. The priest asks God to explain and God says, "The people in heaven figured out they can feed each other". I supposed it means that with a little bit of selfishness and foolishness we create our own hell and with a little compassion we create our own heaven.
  • Only if they decide to go to church. I think that torture is some act of penance.
  • If you are speaking in biblical term then yes. Romans 10 1Brothers, my heart's desire and prayer to God for the Israelites is that they may be saved. 2For I can testify about them that they are zealous for God, but their zeal is not based on knowledge. 3Since they did not know the righteousness that comes from God and sought to establish their own, they did not submit to God's righteousness. 4Christ is the end of the law so that there may be righteousness for everyone who believes. 5Moses describes in this way the righteousness that is by the law: "The man who does these things will live by them." 6But the righteousness that is by faith says: "Do not say in your heart, 'Who will ascend into heaven?' " (that is, to bring Christ down) 7"or 'Who will descend into the deep?' " (that is, to bring Christ up from the dead). 8But what does it say? "The word is near you; it is in your mouth and in your heart," that is, the word of faith we are proclaiming: 9That if you confess with your mouth, "Jesus is Lord," and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved. 10For it is with your heart that you believe and are justified, and it is with your mouth that you confess and are saved. 11As the Scripture says, "Anyone who trusts in him will never be put to shame." 12For there is no difference between Jew and Gentile—the same Lord is Lord of all and richly blesses all who call on him, 13for, "Everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved."
  • No, they stay here on earth afterall Dr.Laura is still here and she is the sinner of sinners.
  • No... my answer is at http://www.answerbag.com/a_view/1392940
  • Every one has sinned, all of us are sinners, the bad news is that because God is a perfect Judge(and in order to be perfect our crime demands punishment) however since we are all sinners God gave us a way out by offering in our place His Son Jesus as a sacrifice. Jesus took our place!! The question is this, will you accept His free grace to you as a sinner, and ask God to forgive you? If you accept His plan, and confess your sin then you can be a sinner saved by grace in Heaven. Why not do it?? I hope to meet you there. And I'm not at all perfect, just forgiven!!!
  • I'll let you know.
  • As I understand the scripture, those sinners who don't repent will. I, however, have no say in who will and who won't.
  • uh-uh. They go to New Jersey.
  • Sinners are already In hell. They need God's help to be released from their bondage and find a better life. You don't BREAK the ten commandments. You Break yourself on them,only God can heal you and help you have a better Life. If you don't humble yourself and ask for his help,you could stay in this state for eternity.
  • you wouldn't know unless you went there yourself
  • This is in response to A. Bee Guy when he said I was babbling. The "post comment" box isn't working (he must have unsubscribed) You see the fact is it is better to reason from the scriptures as Jesus did. But for you I will put it in my own words. The story goes in the garden of Eden that Jehovah told Adam and his wife not to eat from the tree in the middle of the garden or they would positively die. Don't you think that if He was planning on burning them for eternity He would have shared that fact with them? Do you think a God that has perfect love would share a consequence like that with his "little children"? Then on top of it all he then makes his arch nemisis, the devil, the boss of hell. It says at Rom. 6:7 in the KJ if it make it better for you " For he that is dead is freed from sin" so if when we are dead we are freed from sin then what are you being tortured for. The fact is if you don't feel you should live by Gods rules then you die. On the flip side if you do good and try to do your best he will see that, but it doesn't mean you then go to heaven. You're supposed to be good!! If you think my answer is JW babble it doesn't matter I only try to give the best answer I can and try to use scriptures to back it up. You can use the information or not, we all have to answer to Jehovah for ourselves so it doesn't matter really what I say.
  • No such thing. It is an invention of The Saved who believe they need to have a place to go when they realize that heaven is really only a place on earth.
  • Unless they're saved through Christ, yes.
  • Everbody sins,probably everyday, if not in action , then in thought, but can be forgiven, when they ask . We have to try not to sin, everyday. I believe you just perish when you aren't found in the BOOK of LIFE.
  • Yes, though depending on your epistimology (study of end times, ect.) the duration of their stay varies. They also go to heaven. A saint is just a redeemed sinner.
  • I'd take a seat on the bus to hades before i'd take an offer to sit on a cloud with a bunch of holier-than- thou buttholes.
  • well if that were the case then according to the bible everyone is going in a handbasket straight to hell. But seeing as hell doesnt exist...no
  • What exactly is your concept of "HELL" and how did you arrive at it?
  • Unsaved sinners go to Hell.
  • "Sinners"? I suppose we all sin. But a question to all the "saved" writing here. Does the Bible, or does it not, say God broke the power of sin? Does it or does it not say Christ died to save all people? Does it or does it not say, no actions can get you into heaven? Does it or does it not say God judges the heart? I would say, you earn your way to hell through an evil heart, not missdeeds. Heaven is the default. (Hence babies don't go to hell, and aren't saved... how can you forgive someone who has never sinned?
  • many believe that the wicked will go to a fiery hell and be tormented forever. Does this make sense if the human life span is limited to 70 or 80 years? Even if someone perpetrated extreme wickedness for his whole lifetime, would everlasting torment be a just punishment? No. It would be grossly unjust to torment a man forever for the limited number of sins that he can commit in a lifetime. Who knows the truth about what happens after we die? Only God can reveal this information, and he has done so in his written Word, the Bible. Here is what the Bible says: “As the [beast] dies, so the [man] dies; and they all have but one spirit . . . All are going to one place. They have all come to be from the dust, and they are all returning to the dust.” (Ecclesiastes 3:19, 20) There is no mention here of a fiery hell. Humans return to dust—to nonexistence—when they die. In order to be tormented, an individual has to be conscious. Are the dead conscious? No. “The living are conscious that they will die; but as for the dead, they are conscious of nothing at all, neither do they anymore have wages, because the remembrance of them has been forgotten.” (Ecclesiastes 9:5) It is impossible for the dead, “conscious of nothing at all,” to experience the agonies of hellfire. Some maintain that the teaching of hellfire is useful, true or not. Why? They say it serves as a deterrent to wrongdoing. Is that true? Well, is the crime rate in regions where people believe in hellfire lower than in other places? Hardly! In fact, the doctrine of hellfire is very harmful. Will a person who believes that God torments people view torture as something abhorrent? Why should he? Those believing in a cruel god often become cruel like their god. In whatever way a reasonable person may look at the matter, he cannot accept the existence of a hell of torment. Logic rebels against it. Human nature is repelled by it. More important, God’s Word does not say that such a place exists. When a person dies, “he goes back to his ground; in that day his thoughts do perish.”—Psalm 146:4. Does that mean that we are not punished for our sins? No, that is not the case. Our holy God punishes sinners, but he does not torture them. And when sinners repent, he forgives them. What is the punishment for sin? The Bible gives a forthright answer: “The wages sin pays is death.” (Romans 6:23) Life is a gift from God. When we sin we no longer deserve that gift, and we die. You may ask: ‘How is that just? Why, everyone dies!’ That is true because we are all sinners. In effect, no one deserves life. “Through one man sin entered into the world and death through sin, and thus death spread to all men because they had all sinned.”—Romans 5:12. At this point you may be thinking: ‘If we all sin and so we all die, why should we try to be virtuous? It seems that the wicked man is treated exactly the same as the man who tries to serve God.’ But that is not the case. Although we are all sinners, God forgives those who sincerely repent and try to change their ways. He rewards our efforts to ‘make our minds over’ and to do good. (Romans 12:2) These truths are the basis of a marvelous hope. We cease to exist when we die. But that does not mean that everything is finished. The faithful man Job knew that he would go to the grave (Sheol) when he died. But what did he pray to God?; “O that in Sheol you would conceal me, that you would keep me secret until your anger turns back, that you would set a time limit for me and remember me! If an able-bodied man dies can he live again? . . . You will call, and I myself shall answer you.”—Job 14:13-15. Job believed that if he was faithful until death, he would be remembered by God and resurrected. This was the belief of all of God’s servants in ancient times. Jesus himself confirmed this hope when he said: “The hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out, those who did good things to a resurrection of life, those who practiced vile things to a resurrection of judgment.”
  • According to the Book, yeah.
  • It is appointed for man once to die and then the judgement!
  • Yes... if they don't repent
  • i sure hope not ~ seeing is how we're all sinners
  • 1) "Sinner may refer to: A person who sins" Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sinner 2) "Sin is a term used mainly in a religious context to describe an act that violates a moral rule, or the state of having committed such a violation. Commonly, the moral code of conduct is decreed by a divine entity (such as God in the Abrahamic religions). Sin is often used to mean an action that is prohibited or considered wrong; in some religions (notably some sects of Christianity), sin can refer to a state of mind rather than a specific action. Colloquially, any thought, word, or act considered immoral, shameful, harmful, or alienating might be termed "sinful"." Source and further information: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sin According to this, not many person never sin. Actually none except a few well known exceptions. But more people than this are suppose not to go to hell. (All this applies only if you believe than sin and hell exist)
  • We are all sinners
  • I hope so. I'm saving seats for everyone.
  • Yes-AH, all of us are born to sin-AH, and we shall all burn-AH, unless we reach into our hearts-AH, and praise to the glory of gawd-AH, hallelu-JAH!!! Sinning is as much a man made concept as hell is
  • One has to know what Hell really IS to find the answer. In Hebrew & Greek, "Hell" (Sheol/Hades) is the GRAVE/Underworld of dead bodies. Religion created the Horror Movie of Eternal Torture to scare people into church & temple. Fire, in the Bible, is used as a Symbol of what it was often used for in ancient times before technology; Destruction. God told Adam and Eve they would DIE- not fry. The entire Bible shows there will be a Day of Resurrection & Judgement- in the FUTURE! No one's been BBQing in 'Hellfire'- as deliberate mis-translation of the Jewish Lake of Fire (Garbage Dump), Gehenna.
  • that actually depends on if you are religious. if you AREN'T religious, then there are no sinners and hell is only used in "what the hell was that?", "what the hell?", ect.
  • If you believe that.
  • According to the bible, EVERYONE is a sinner. It's whether or not you've asked God to be your savior that keeps you from going to Hell.
  • i sure hope not
  • I don't think people who do the wrong things go to hell, as in a big burning pit of fire someplace. But I do think it's possible to create your own personal hell within yourself, and beat yourself up for not having done the right thing.
  • As a rturn question, can you tell me where in the Bible does it say that any person goes to hell for their sins? Does it not say that they will all be judged by their "works"? please give chapter, verse, and translation.
  • sinners go to judgment day. if they are not patient while their whole name is called then they better have a good f'ing argument for interrupting goldja
  • either there or Trenton, NJ. Little difference.
  • Truth is usually very hard to grasp- an this is a PRIME example! The answer depends on what you view as Authoritive: religion or the Bible! Religion: Yes! 'Sinners' that don't 'accept' Christ will burn, screaming, in the torture of being kept alive forever burning- never to get out! Bible: Hell (Sheol, Hades) is the GRAVE. Everyone who dies goes there (just as God told Adam)! When the Day of Judgement comes they will be resurrected (brought BACK to life) & judged. (See Johnh 5, Rev 20)
  • Only the unsaved.
  • There is no such place as HELL. Its in the translation from the greek word 'HADES' which means ever burning fire. In context it referred to a dump that smouldered outside the city walls. They would even throw their corpses and bad kids in there too. There now dont let the boogie man scare you. Booooh!!!!
  • Nope they end up dust 'n' bones and 6 ft under like everyone else!
  • If you believe in heaven and hell, one can only assume that that hell is where the sinners will go.
  • Only if they believe in hell.
  • Yes, but God demonstrated His love for us in that even though we were sinners, Christ died for us. God desires for all to be saved and He gives us a way too. Look at it this way: we are all born sinners and none of us deserve to be in God's holy presence. However, Jesus paid our debt on the cross for us, so that if we believe and accept him as our savior, if we turn from our sins, ask him to forgive us, and walk in the new life of grace He offers, Jesus' righteousness removes our sins, so that we are justified before God! Jesus will give you new life and make you a saint instead of a sinner.
  • if they did, there would be no one in heaven.
  • they do unless we get forgiveness..but for now ill go to las vegas =)
  • everyone would go to hell
  • No, they go to church!!
  • You are a sinner. Everyone is. It is only because Jesus Christ is the intercessor and steps in before God and says, "Hey, Dad, let this one through. He's with me." that anyone gets into Heaven at all. Now, this is no license to go out and do whatever the heck you want. I mean, Jesus is going to get you into the best place ever instead of the worst one, the least you could do is follow his advice (The Bible) the best you can while you are here. I mean, what are friends for?
  • No, "Un-Believers" go to Hell, for their "Un-Belief" Not their Sins! John
  • No,the one's who don't believe Jesus.
  • what is a sinner? look around you and tell me what a sinner is, sinners are those who dont live with Gods Word, then we are all sinners, I believe after our death we are given the chance to rectify our wrongs, those who can, those who cant go to their maker
  • If that were the case my friend we'd all already be in hell, salvation can only come as a gift from GOD in Jesus Christ, it is how we respond to the true biblical message about Jesus Christ that will determine what happens to our souls. faith in Jesus christ is the only way
  • When you think about it yes and no. We are all sinners. Some of us will go to heaven and some will go to hell. The deciding factor is whether we've admitted that we are sinners and asked Jesus to forgive us. If you do that you will go to heaven whether your mother tereser or an axe murderer
  • most sinners are living in their own hell right now.
  • Only if you don't accept Christ and know that he died for your sins, and ask for forgiveness, then yes, sinners are going to hell.
  • They ain't rolling dice in Heaven.
  • No by sinning they make their own heaven on earth
  • Unlike what others say, The bible tells me that yes all sinners go to the fires of hell. But they don't haft to. This earth is the sinners heaven and his hell is to come. The sinners are going to haft to let the son of the living God in their lifes. For with out him then hell is going to be their home. I'm not giving you my own thinkings.. It's what the word of God saids.. and no God will not cast a sinner in to hell, they go there by not living right. Lets take living right, just what is it, this living right? Well it's staying away from all what the bible calls sin.
  • If Hell is real then so is Heaven. and if Heaven is real then so is Hell. Here are a few elements relating to Heaven and Hell: 1. Near death experiences of true testomonies: see the site: http://bibleprobe.com/nde.htm 2. Sounds of Hell have been recorded after many scientists and archeologists teams of diggers dug a huge hole in Siberia. The ground soon broke after a few kilometres deep - it was discovered that the Earth is hollow. Then they recorded the Hell sounds by a hanging microphone - plus the heat rose to 2000C or mroe. see the link on youtube: "HELLSOUND FROM SIBERIA DIGGINGS" and "Hell Is Real" 3. On youtube are testomonies of near death expereinces just type in "near death experiences" and watch them all.
  • It fully depends on how one defines "sin" and "hell." Hell is a place of one's own making. Coming from love, honesty and integrity will generally lead to a "heavenly" earth experience.
  • If they have not truly received the gift of salvation, yes.
  • ALL PARENTS, PLEASE READ THIS FOR YOUR CHILDREN'S SAKE !! Is your character HEAVEN WORTHY? God can't have sin in Heaven. Whatever your character is when you do die, is what you would be in Heaven. So if your character or rather 'spirit' is not Heaven Worthy it's got to go somewhere! Anyone who believes anything else is naive. God got rid of the bad Angels who were corrupted by Lucifer. He can't have that nastiness there, so you need to work on yourself now here on earth and be what he says to be, Christlike, so when you do die your character will be ready and accepted. You can't be in the middle, if you're not with God then Satan has you. You must be SURE God has you, if you have any doubts then Satan still does. If Satan already has you, then he's not worried about you, he's after Christians like me to cause havoc in our lives to get us away from God. If you're an atheist and everything seems to go smoothly in your life, this is why, you're no worry to him because he already has you! Develop yourself to be strong enough to resist sin and not be tempted by the lustfulness the Devil has to offer you of this world. Lust can be for money, success, sex, drugs, anything. It's important to recognize if you really are flat out lusting after something. The devil really is in control of this world, look at all the suffering and people dying whose souls are not saved! He does everything he can to get people to die unsaved. Influencing your mind to endanger yourself or others gets people killed--possibly unsaved! This is his whole mission! So stop and really take a look at yourself and what you desire in life. It's not enough to know God is real, even the demons know he's real, it's not enough to love God, He will say, "But did you love me enough to LIVE for me?" That's the whole key, live a life pleasing to God. Do you want the Devils world or the peaceful life God has for you? Are you Gods child or the devils? The only way into Heaven is through the Holy Blood of Chirst, the ultimate sacrifice. YOU CHOOSE YOUR FINAL DESTINATION !
  • Religiously speaking, from what I understand they either go to Hell or get reborn as a tapeworm.
  • Actually, Hades was the Greek version of Sheol which means "unseen". Gehenna was the fiery trash dump believed to represent judgement of the time. These three words are wrongly translated as hell (Actually, hell used to mean "cover". Translators knew that they could use this word hell, to protect their wicked doctrine of eternal torment.). The word of God never mentioned any such damnable place.
  • The jury still out on that debate. Some say they've been there and got kicked out and are now walking among us like Bin Laden, serial killers...makes you wonder huh?
  • yes if they didn't take Jesus as their lord & savior
  • Many will. By Gods grace some may find mercy at the judgment.
  • Can't say for sure, but Ec ain't taking no chances yo...;)
  • No. Period.
  • yes they do!
  • No just people God cannot control who coincidentally the Apostles tried to do the same. It is almost like the Apostles inventing an imaginary concept so that they could scare gullible people so that they could have complete pyschological control over them. I mean do you want to go against the almight boogie man? I mean a superstitious man would be terrified!
  • No - they become worm food like the rest of us.
  • well some do and some dont. we are all sinners
  • Nope. There is no hell so nobody goes to a place that doesn't exist
  • Does anyone really know for sure?
  • well Jesus lives within me and im saved, but im still not perfect and i still sin everyday. the way you will go to hell is if jesus doesnt live within you. we all sin even after we're saved.

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