By Michael R. Burch How often does the word "hell" appear in the original Hebrew Bible, which constitutes the Old Testament of the Christian Bible? As the table below demonstrates, according to the consensus opinion of modern Bible scholars, the word "hell" as a place of eternal suffering was never mentioned, not even a single … Continue reading How many times is “Hell” mentioned in the Bible?
God’s Wrath is Proportional to Your Sin – Romans 2:5
Romans 2:5 But corresponding to your stubborn and unrepentant heart, you are storing up wrath for yourself on the day of wrath, when the God’s righteous judgment is revealed, “But corresponding to your stubborn and unrepentant heart…” The Greek can also be translated as “your stubbornness and your unrepentant heart.” Modern versions are divided on … Continue reading God’s Wrath is Proportional to Your Sin – Romans 2:5
Gehenna is the Name of Real Place and not Hell
Introduction The word Gehenna is a Greek transliteration from the Hebrew “Valley of Hinnom” (or Ge-Hinnom) which was a deep gorge to the southwest of Jerusalem. It was also called the Valley of Tophet. The valley has a sordid history. It was a place of idolatry, injustice, and infidelity. It was here that child sacrifices … Continue reading Gehenna is the Name of Real Place and not Hell