If you are referring to Gehenna, as in 'Hell' then yes. Slave, not so much...<quoted text>
Gehenna slave, really?
Christ wasn't ignorant of what Gehenna meant to the people of His day. The mere fact that Christ utilized the 'Rabbinic' language connected with Gehenna, with words like “unquenchable fire” and “never-dying worms,” shows me beyond all reasonable doubt that Christ deliberately used the word 'Gehenna' to impress upon His people that eternal punishment awaits the wicked after the resurrection. No other conclusion is possible. SL :)
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