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Does Hell Exist?
Hell is the inability or lack of desire to repent.
Human beings have shown the ability to, for the most part, make their own happiness, or make their own misery. If you believe in an afterlife, and that afterlife has any aspect of free will, then I would argue there is some way to make yourself miserable there, in other words make it hell.
The concept of Hell (or a Hell-type afterlife) has shown to be prominent in cultures around the world throughout history.
According to the Bible, Hell exists.
Philosophical and psychological theories support the existence of Hell in some form.
Hell is the absence of God.
Some people have hell-like near death experiences in the modern age.
Hell is not a present reality but a future punishment so in the present, it does not exist.
The concept of Hell is a coercive idea propagated to influence people's behaviour.
There are many religions/cultural beliefs which do not believe in Hell.
Accounts of Hell differ wildly and tend to be more allegoric than literal; for example,
Eternal punishment for finite crimes is incompatible with an omni-benevolent God.
There are scientific reasons to reject the existence of Hell.
The existence of Hell itself contradicts the very basic idea of most monotheistic gods being omni-benevolent and all powerful.
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