What IS it about hell that holds a fascination for religionists and non-religionists alike?
Is it its forbidden quality, darkness, difference, or its taboo allure?
That there are too many unknown answers that we cannot find out, it makes us want to look deeper and deeper until we find answers but there may never be any
Many clergy have used the hell fire later meaning , not the meaning before the 16th century, simply that hell is really to cover up or put in a cave, look up helling potatoes, English Dialect. Is its beginning.
But ends up another meaning our time
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