“If you perceive God to hate someone enough to execute and torture him in hell forever, then in your subconscious you will devalue and hate the person as well.” – Bishop Carlton Pearson
Shawn Henfling speaks to his journey from Christianity to Humanism.
Kurdish women more than prove their equality and metal as freedom fighters. Will they be equal in peace as well?
Madness forced Andrew Lawes to Hell. The person he met there showed him the truth – a revelation that has unleashed a furious anger.
His son is in heaven, but Andrew Lawes is on a fast-track to hell. His only hope of meeting his son is to be a good man. His first step is to confess his sins.
Seminary graduate N. C. Harrison discusses the enduring concept of hell.
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Using the unassuming structure of the prose poem, Jim Churchill-Dicks presents a disturbing, emotionally-charged moment between father and son.
What the misunderstandings of our favorite characters and locations of hell reveal about the character of God
If God can’t expiate sin without our participation in asking for that forgiveness, then God is weak. If, instead, God chooses not to forgive sin unless we ask for it, opting instead to let us suffer for all eternity because of our mistakes, then God is not loving.
Paul Markevicius connects the reasons men don’t write about marriage to the lack of agency they often feel once wed.
With respect to any relationship between Satan in the Old Testament and Sheol, there is none.
Did you know Satan actually works alongside God instead of against God?
It’s fine if you want to believe these things. Just stop saying they’re in an easily-checkable text, and stop taking other people’s word for it that they are.
This is a comment by Vironika Tugaleva on the post “How to Deal with a Psycho Bitch from Hell”. The more we label each other, the more we reduce each other to stereotypes and the more we barriers up the walls between each other. We have to start at compassion to be able to reach through the awful moments.
As a child, Carl Pettit didn’t believe in God, and was sure he’d go to Hell for his disbelief.