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Is It Hell or Hades?

The titled question is asked a lot these days.  Since the Bible uses the term “hell” with some frequency, it is important that we understand its meaning.  Depending on the Bible translation one is using, the term “hell” may represent … Read More

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1 – Sheol, occurring in the Old Testament sixty-five times. This word Sheol is derived from a root-word meaning “to ask,” “demand;” hence insatiableness (Prov. 30:15, 16). It is rendered “grave” thirty-one times (Gen. 37:35; 42:38; 44:29, 31; 1 Sam. … Read More

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A Picture of Hell

The picture showed multiple columns of smoke billowing into great clouds of flame, ash, and dust behind what would typically be considered a sprawling urban neighborhood with houses lined up one after another. In the distance a helicopter could be … Read More

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