Hell means so many things to people. Some maintain that it is physical. Others contain that it is mental. There are those who report that hell is psychological in nature. A few maintain that hell may even been psychic. There are people who vehemently maintain that hell doesn't and never existed. Your thoughts on the subject....
I think that hell is a concept that was invented to frighten those who were not in accordance with the religious teachings of ancient times.
It could have been one of those tricks invented by the ancient religious leaders to gain power and followers.
by cooldad5 years ago
My personal opinion is that, YES, most Christians believe in God out of fear. And that starts when they are children. When a child is taken to church and told that he/she will burn eternally in the fiery...
by awesome775 years ago
I have observed how we humans are consumed by our desire to go to heaven when we die! No wonder we have feel good preachers and political leaches who prey on peoples ignorance!How can you believe a theory that has never...
by Daniel Carter5 years ago
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by janesix22 months ago
Christians, is Hell a "parable" as someone informed me on another forum, or is it a real place or situation? In your opinion.
by kerryg4 years ago
If we discovered proof of life on other planets, would it affect your religious views? Would it affect your beliefs differently if the extraterrestrial life was bacteria vs an advanced civilization? Christians, would...
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