ANSWERS: 50
  • No, it is on the surface.
  • No, its in a big white house with its master
  • Are spiritual things - including places - around us but on another plane - like another dimension? I can think of some Bible examples that could support this.
  • No...it's in a movie theater in West Hollywood...;-D... From ESPN Columnist Bill Simmons: "Before we delve into the movie, a confession: I missed the first five minutes for reasons beyond my control. On Monday morning, I drove down to The Grove (a sprawling outdoor mall in West Hollywood) for a 10:40 matinee, timing my arrival 10-12 minutes late to miss the onslaught of commercials and bad trailers. I wasn't counting on one of the weirdest phenomenons of modern times -- the unexpectedly large line of mothers buying tickets for this week's Mommy Movie. What's the Mommy Movie, you ask? Every Monday at 11:00 a.m., the Grove's giant theater complex features a female-friendly movie (translation: chick flick) and 200-250 mothers attending the movie with their babies and young toddlers. Everyone parks their strollers outside the theater, almost like motorcyclers parking their Harleys outside a Johnny Rockets, then haul their kids inside to watch the movie. To drown out the sound of 150-200 screaming kids, they turn the volume in that specific theater up to Mile High Stadium-level proportions. And the Moms happily sit there breast-feeding their babies and watching the flick. Why do I know this, you ask? Because the Sports Gal and her friend, Melissa, are frequent patrons of the Mommy Movie (or as I like to call it, "MILF Mondays"). One time I peeked my head in the theater during a Mommy Movie -- the conditions were so startling and disturbing, I kept expecting to see Tucker Carlson angrily running around with a microphone and snapping at ushers. Shirtless kids running around, babies yelping, exposed breasts everywhere … and in the middle of this chaos, 200-250 females calmly watching a chick flick at 600,000 decibels. If you're looking for the exact opposite of a sports book in Vegas, this is it." http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/page2/story?page=simmons/051012
  • No, it's a little town in Michigan, USA.
  • I don't think so, but when I get there, I will write and let you know where it is. LOL
  • More like divorce court after the 4th time!
  • No, the Earth's core is in the centre of the Earth. Hell is getting stuck in a classroom with my form tutor for an hour
  • NO, the Earth Earth's is at its center. The core is made of a solid inner part and a fluid outer part, all of it mostly iron. The solid inner core has an uneven consistency, with some parts denser than others.
  • No it is not. What is hell? Many people have been taught by their religions that hell is a place where people are tormented. According to the Encyclopædia Britannica, “The Roman Catholic Church teaches that hell . . . will last forever; its suffering will have no end.” This Catholic teaching, the encyclopedia goes on to say, “is still held by many conservative Protestant groups.” Hindus, Buddhists and Muhammadans also teach that hell is a place of torment. No wonder that people who have been taught this often say that if hell is such a bad place they do not want to talk about it. So we might ask then,: Did Almighty God create such a place of torment? Turn in your Bible to Jeremiah 7:31 What was God’s view when the Israelites, following the example of peoples who lived nearby, began to burn their children in fire? He explains in his Word: “They 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.”—Jeremiah 7:31. . Now, ask yourself, If the idea of roasting people in fire had never come into God’s heart, does it seem reasonable that he created a fiery hell for those who do not serve him? The Bible says, “God is love.” (1 John 4:8) Would a loving God really torment people forever? Would you do that? In the Bible, hell means the common grave of mankind, so it could not at the same time mean a place of fiery torture. The Bible shows that hell (Sheol, or Hades) is a place of rest in hope for the dead. Both good and bad persons go there, to await the resurrection. We have also learned that Gehenna does not mean a place of torment, but is used in the Bible as a symbol of everlasting destruction. In the same way, “the lake of fire” is not a literal place of fire, but represents the “second death” from which there will be no resurrection. Hell could not be a place of torment because such an idea never came into the mind or heart of God. Additionally, to torment a person eternally because he did wrong on earth for a few years is contrary to justice. How good it is to know the truth about the dead. It can really set us free from fear and superstition.—John 8:32.
  • Possibly, since hell is often described as 'down', 'deep', a 'pit' and many other such things as that in the Bible. I hope that this helps. -In the Master's service. Thank you and God bless you!
  • No it is in Washington DC
  • Hell is non-existant as is Heaven: http://www.answerbag.com/a_view/1104192
  • If you were there I'm sure it would qualify.
  • IT IS. ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS LOOK AT SCRIPTURE WHICH SAYS IT IS. IF YOU KNOW THE OLD AND NEW TESTAMENT, YOU WOULD KNOW THAT IT IS. PPL DON'T WANT TO ACCEPT THE FACT THAT THEY HAVE TO GO THERE FOR ALL THEIR SINS FOREVER BECAUSE THEY REJECTED JESUS, THE JEWISH MESSIAH OF THE WORLD WHO TOOK AWAY THE SINS OF THE WORLD. IF YOU KNOW SCRIPTURE, THEN YOU WOULD HAVE ALREADY KNOWN THIS ANSWER.THERE IS NO UPWARD DIRECTION FROM HELL. THAT MEANS IT CAN ONLY BE IN THE CENTRE (OF THE EARTH) SINCE JESUS DESCENDED TO THE LOWER PARTS OF THE EARTH, WE KNOW THAT HELL IS INSIDE THE EARTH. SCRIPTURE CONFIRMS SCRIPTURE. GIVE YOUR LIFE TO JESUS AND TRUST IN HIM AND YOU SHALL BE SAVED FROM GOING TO HELL.
  • i think its figurative. like all of the bible. and its another frame of unconsiousness! another reality, another universe
  • It certainly can be, for it was when Jesus went down and brought those in abraham's bosom to heaven in the 3 days He was in the tomb.
  • no. Hell is bi-locational. Its in Kansas and TExas.
  • No, that would be the core. Hell is just the grave. It's people buried or cremated. It's simply the common grave of mankind. It is not 'someplace' in particular.
  • The center of the eart consist of melted iron being put under an extreme pressure. There are absolutely no life forms down there, and no daemons either. Being there would still probably not be a pleasurable experience, but it isn't hell. Hell is something you create on your own through how you choose to live your life - it's not something happening in the afterlife, it's what your life will become if you only seek to satisfy your own needs
  • Hell has no physical plane of existance. It exists in the hearts and minds of those who fear, or believe, in it.
  • Hell Originaly ment Hide, Hell=To hide infact Hell, did not mean underworld it was a word used for the sun, in the olden days it is said that when its night, the sun is in hell. Now Satan, Satan comes from Setin then before to Seti, Now Seti is an Egyptian God of Death as it is said that he killed Horus the sun god deity, obviously it didnt really kill the sun it just came night, Falling Angel is just the Fall of the sun that goes to Hell(hide) Satan=Seti, Jesus=Horus and God=Ra christianity is just a egypt clone
  • No, just a really hot iron mass with a few other materials here and their.
  • Hell is right here, now. We live in it. It is on the surface of the earth. We create it every single day and live in it. Look around you. What you see is man-made and is real.
  • Where would you like it to be? Then there it is.
  • No. It isn't.
  • Well if it is then Satan is frozen in solid Iron. Maybe he looks like han solo when frozen.
  • Earth is hell.
  • "Hell is your dirty conscience, after you've passed on!! It's your dirty conscience's mental state of being that your soul knows, keeps and holds with it for eternity!! And nobody's Soul wants to go Hell!! So, that's why it's always good to try to abide by The Ten Commandments throughout your life, so that you won't go to Hell in the first place!!"
  • I've never been so I can't say.
  • It sure seems to be the end of any argument with a Christian thou
  • its all in the mind, cast out those demons
  • I thought it was in Newark.
  • Yes, and heaven is right above you (planes often crash into angels) And you know what? There ARE god's sitting on the top of mount olympus.
  • No, its just in your head
  • No. In the center of the earth, there is boiling lava, and magma, and stuff. Well, I guess you could say it was Hell, but not in the way that Christians think of it.
  • Well, it is quite hot in there, by all accounts - and I did listen once to the Sounds From Hell them Siberian miners recorded - on the Art Bell radio show. I mean, by golly huh? That's convincing...
  • Actually, some have hypothesized (word?) that the general belief that "hell" is down or below the ground stems from the early Church trying to bring people away from worshipping the Earth (seeing that every Pagan faith of old had an Earth god/goddess who had great/priority significance in their beliefs). This helped in assimilating Pagan peoples into other beliefs as well such as the subjugation of women in daily life (since Earth deities were/are typically goddesses) and the "looking up" to pray to "God" (since sky deities were/are typically gods).
  • our biggest thought holds to nothing compared to God smallest thought ! There is a hell and so a heaven is it in the center of the earth i couldnt bank on it but it would make sense to me ! but I know I do not want to find out if thats where its at . Knowing Jesus as your personal savior by faith you will never have to find out ! John 3 :16
  • Hell is a place where condemned spirit bodies live, it is real, just ask some of the more than 12 million people in the US alone who have had frighteningly similar near death experiences confirming it's existence. Is hell in the centre of the earth? I don't know, but I wouldn't rule it out, scientific instruments may have some ability to plumb the physical depths but I think hell is a metaphysical place, a place with some physical properties but which houses spiritual bodies. Somewhere between the physical and the spiritual there are metaphysical bonds which interconnect. Physics state that a physical body could not exist below the mantle where temperatures may exceed 2000 degrees and/or where dense metals alone appear to exist, but spiritual bodies can pass through walls (and I'm not just talking ghost stories). Hell in the centre of the earth? Maybe, Maybe not, but it's real and you'd be a fool to wait till a scientific instrument with an interpreting scientist confirms that it's real, before you decide to seriously consider it. Wait that long and you just may be spending eternity there, be a shame to be wrong about that!
  • There is no heaven nor hell. Mystical stories is all they are! Till science proves it, i rest my case.
  • No, it's near Cleveland I am told.
  • No. I use to think that it was Vietnam. : )
  • NO read the bible it tells all about hell.
  • Hell is the surface of the Earth. It is a place were the dead know nothing by Ecclesiastes 9:5. Now the lake of fire has a different meaning to answer your question.
  • The simple answer is NO. The explanation from the Bible is that Hell is the common grave of mankind. The Hebrew word "she'ol" and the Greek word "hades" are both translated as 'hell', 'pit', 'grave', and 'the world of the dead'. However, as Ecclesiastes 9:5, 10 tells us, the dead are not conscious of anything. Torment would be useless. Would a loving God torment
  • The simple answer is NO. The words translated to the English word 'hell' are the Hebrew word "she'ol" and the Greek word "hades". These are also translated as 'pit', 'grave', and 'the world of the dead'. Ecclesiastes 9:5, 10 tell us that the dead are not conscious, so torment would be useless. This is something that never occurred to Jehovah God in the first place. He condemned the Isrealites for burning their sons and daughters as sacrifices to false gods. He said, it was "something that I had not commanded and that had never even come into my heart." If he didn't like seeing children being in the fire for a few minutes until they died, how could he torment someone for eternity because of inherited sin? Some people like to use the scripture at Revelation 20:5 as proof of torment because it mentions "the lake of fire". However, looking at verse 14 of the same chapter, the Bible explains itself when it says, "And death and the Grave were hurled into the lake of fire. This means the second death, the lake of fire." If we die due to our inherited sin from Adam, we can look forward to a resurrection. After the judgement day, those that are judged by Jehovah God as unworthy of life will be thrown into the lake of fire, the second death, with no hope of a resurrection.
  • No. Hell is the south side of Chicago. Or maybe Detroit.

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