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    religious traditions‚ hell is a place of eternal torment in an afterlife‚ often after resurrection. It is viewed by most Abrahamic traditions as a place of punishment.[1] Religions with a linear divine history often depict hells as eternal destinations. Religions with a cyclic history often depict a hell as an intermediary period between incarnations. Typically these traditions locate hell in another dimension or under the Earth’s surface and often include entrances to Hell from the land of the living

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    To Hell and Back

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    To Hell and Back On the surface‚ Edgar Allen Poe’s “The Pit and the Pendulum” relates the story of a man tortured by the Spanish Inquisition. The man‚ remains nameless throughout the story‚ is condemned to death for an unknown crime and loses consciousness. He awakens in complete darkness and is frightened that he has been locked in a tomb but shortly realizes that he is probably in a dungeon. After exploring the enclosement‚ the prisoner collapses and falls asleep. He wakes up to an offering of

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    The Hell Dabate

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    LIBERTY UNIVERSITY THE HELL DEBATE A RESEARCH PAPER SUBMITTED TO PROFESSOR MASHALL WICKS IN COMPLETION OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THEOLOGY 350 BY JOHNNY CARTER LYNCHBURG‚ VA JULY 6‚2012 Introduction When trying to have a conversation about hell Hendrikus Berkhof says concerning the dominant ecclesiastical idea of hell as eternal punishment that ”there has always been a reluctance to engage in a deeper probing of this frightening

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    Nine Hells

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    temperatures and some very unique characteristics‚ nine of these springs are known as the hells of Beppu Nine Hells of Beppu Introduction Beppu is one of the unique places known around the world. It is also called the “city of steam”. This placed is named as the nine hells of Beppu because of their resemblance to the Buddhist vision of hell. It has nine springs (ponds) which are named the nine hells‚ and each pond has its own colour and its special features. Locations

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    When Hell Sings.

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    When Hell Sings. Overview: An RPG (Role Playing Game) of high violence‚ blood‚ and horror-based scenes. Rated 18+ due to gore and lack of recommendation to the weak of hearts. This is a fantasy game themed in a historical and epic form‚ also based on imaginary facts and visions by the Game Concept Designer. It aims to deliver a good amount of action-based thriller to the gamers‚ and add to it the elemental factor of horror alongside the gory gothic like events. Plot: The story follows the tormented

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    that a reawakening will take place. And when it does‚ some will awaken to everlasting life‚ and some will be damned to “shame and everlasting contempt”. The New Testaments offers more insight to the nature of hell. Matthew 25:31-46 provides a distinct passage on the infinite disposition of hell and eternal life by sharing an account that if the individuals in the given scenario knew Christ‚ then they will acquire eternal life. However‚ those who do not know Jesus will be condemned to eternal retribution

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    Gates of Hell "Xibalba"

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    GATES OF HELL On this earth‚ there are places said to be a gateway to an elaborately constructed realm of torture beneath our feet‚ a journey into an alternate dimension. For thousands of years people have believed this to be true. The Bible speaks of a place where we will descend‚ due to our choices here and because of eternal consequences thereof‚ therefore if you did bad actions‚ you will be there. Enormous torment and horror comes from the stories told of people who have had near death experiences

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    Dante's and Milton's Hell

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    Perspectives of Hell Since the creation of human life there has been a battle of good versus evil. Before Christianity and non- religious or pagan culture believers often debated the ideology of heaven and “hell”. In defining “hell‚” the Webster dictionary defines “hell” as a place or state of torment or destruction and the damned suffer eternal punishment. Hell has been an interest for many centuries‚ and according to some religions‚ Satan or the powers of evil live in “hell” and the spirits

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    me you go into eternal pain; through me you go amongst the lost people.” In the quote‚ “me‚” is referring to Hell. Here‚ Dante describes his version of Hell for us. Through Hell‚ the human soul enters a city of weeping; Dante mentions the city of Dis‚ which embodies a large portion of Hell. Dante then claims‚ in Hell you will receive an eternal punishment. Lastly‚ Dante claims‚ through Hell one will be amongst the lost people; meaning that there are other human souls that reside there with you. These

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    after death are the underworld and Hell. The idea of the underworld came from the Greeks and Romans. A few famous works by the Greeks and Romans that talk about the underworld are The Iliad‚ The Aeneid‚ and‚ The Odyssey. A famous work that discusses Hell is Dante’s Inferno. Hell is an accepted part of the Christianity religion and taught all over the world. The two beliefs are very similar but some distinct differences can be seen. The idea of the Christian Hell has evolved from older beliefs. Originally

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