I tend to agree with you, as when the issue first came to my attention on here a day or two ago, I looked it up and found the same information that you posted. The only possibility that might lead others to believe that hell didn't come around until a few years ago, is there is some discussion about what the meanings of those words are, as they have various meanings in their original language.<quoted text>
Actually there are three different terms for hell. Sheol, Hades, and Tartarus.
Hades is from the original Greek word Gehenna which is translated "hell" or "the fires of hell,
Facts are your enemy it would seem
You do understand how words are translated do you not?
Personally I think they are quibbling over unimportant points when the real issue is whether or not there is proof of a god, which could be extended to mean if the Bible is fact or fiction If one sees a god as God of Abraham. So far the discussion here is leaning very heavily to the fact that there are no facts relating to God or the Bible.
Perhaps that is because a greater part of everyone's time is spent in fighting about each posters personal faults rather than discussing the topic.