Your life has meaning …

What is hell? What do you think?

Is hell a life of poverty? Is hell a place of eternal torture? Is hell a figment of Christian imagination?

Is hell forever? Is life on earth a living hell?

Is heaven boring? Is hell preferable to heaven?

Is God simply a white haired, wrinkled, toothless old man?

Is there anything appealing about hell?

Is heaven more than harps, wings and halos?

Is heaven a safe and well place? Should a person be afraid of hell? Is hell never-ending mental anguish?

Is hell politically incorrect? Is going to hell a free choice? Is hell a lonely place?

Is hell an eternal party? Is hell eternal or temporary? Is hell self-isolation from God? Does the threat of hell improve earthly behavior?

Is heaven more than Utopia? If there is no God, heaven or hell why be moral?

Is hell a rehabilitation center? Is there a get out of hell free card available?

Is hell/heaven worth thinking about at all?


Suggested reading:

Luke 16: 19-31 (The rich man and Lazarus)

“The Great Divorce” by C.S. Lewis

Conservative Christians’ views of hell:

One definition of hell: Hell is the absence of God without the possibility of God’s presence ever again.

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