Very interesting reading talking about some of the translation problems from Sheole to Hades and when they are used and why for grave versus hell and also Tatarus which Peter talks of is first mentioned in Job and is a place other gods or demons are sent not people. It goes through the whole history and the teachings of Jesus and just a ton of stuff. But it is basically a biblical study done by someone who believes in God to show why hell doesn't exist for men and that a loving God would not create such a place for men and in case did not as it was created for the devil and his minions. It basically concludes hell came from the mind of man and was not taught. It is interesting to say the least no matter how someone feels about the subject<quoted text>
See, there's the problem. Jesus never spoke of Hell. The Greek authors wrote of Gehenna, Hades and Tartarus. The last two being places of the dead in pagan Greek religions. Was Jesus a pagan ?
In the Hebrew Scriptures there is only Sheol which is never mentioned in the NT.