Christianity claims it is humanly impossible to
comprehend the New Testament invention of hell ― Nothing on earth can compare with
it. No nightmare could produce a terror to match that of hell. No
horror movie could describe its fright. No crime scene with all its blood and
gore could begin to match the horror of hell.
The Christian Bible describes hell as WEEPING (Matt
from me, ye cursed, into EVERLASTING FIRE,
prepared for the devil and his angels." (Matthew 25:41) "And shall cast them into a FURNACE OF FIRE:
there shall be wailing and gnashing of teeth." (Matthew 13:42 KJV)
Wow! Such a horrible place to have to spend
50,000,000,000 years, much less eternity! How does one warrant such a terrible
punishment in Christianity? Does one have to be a "regular" sinner; a
mass murderer or perhaps a child molester? No!
This is a punishment reserved for the most horrific crime on earth. Ah,
but you ask, what crime could be so horrible? NOT BELIEVING IN JESUS!
that believeth on him is not condemned; but he that believeth not is condemned already, because he hath not
believed in the name of the only
begotten Son of God” (John
John, writing about his new religion of “Love,” had
Jesus say: “If a man abide not in me
he is cast forth as a branch and is
withered; and men gather them, and cast
them into the fire, and
they are burned”
whosoever was not found written in the book of life was cast into the lake of fire." (Revelation 20:15 KJV)
FIRE is the favorite
Christian punishment. Catholics and Protestants loved to set people on fire,
either as individuals or packing them into a place of worship and setting the
building on fire. Let's not forget burning witches at the stake in
Because dying in fire is
such a horrible death, Christianity uses this method of "eternal"
death, as a scare tactic, a means of keeping their congregations in line. For
two thousand years Christian sermons have been full of Hell Fire and
Damnation – Fire and Brimstone. The words Damnation and Damned are found 14
times the NT and ONLY appears in the
Christian Bible, not its claimed source of authority, the Hebrew bible.
Concordance of the Bible lists the word “Hell” 54 times in the New
Testament. Christianity’s concept of
Hell grew out of a misnomer of the Hebrew word “Gehenom.” When Christian
editors of the Hebrew bible canonized their New Testament, they altered the
meanings of “Gehenom,” and “lower depths,” and “pains of the grave,” etc. to
the mythical name of Hades–the Christian Hell.
As a result of that misunderstanding, Strong’s
lists the word “Hell” 31 times when referring to verses in the Greek
interpretation of the Hebrew bible.
Too bad that Christian religiholics' minds are so
brain-washed they cannot use logic or think independently.
I said to him, 'Jeez, Jeezy boy, I feel like no one will ever accept me.' And
Jesus looked at me and said, 'You know what my theory is -- accept me or go to
hell.'" -Gilbert Gottfried (1955-)