Your thoughts on Hell are?

Sister Jean 2012/06/18 00:53:38
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  • kay29 jojac 2012/06/21 09:46:35
    How is it narcissism? I sate my opinion, you state yours. I respect your comment, do you respect MINE?
  • Cat 1017 kay29 2012/06/18 18:02:41
    Cat 1017
    LOL...focused on negativity...HM.....REALLY?....
  • kay29 Cat 1017 2012/06/21 09:36:58 (edited)
    What do you believe it is then?
  • Wayne TH G 333 2012/06/18 03:59:23
    Wayne TH G 333
    What some people here on Earth are going through every day!

    homs massacre homs massacre
  • Cat 1017 Wayne T... 2012/06/18 18:03:32
    Cat 1017
    No thats just a preview of whats to come...Your choice....
  • fisherman 2012/06/18 03:08:40
    right here , right now .....this planet is a penal colony for an advanced alien civilization . UFO's are no more than prison guards on their rounds .
  • GUY FAWKES 2012/06/18 02:45:03
  • lyle 2012/06/18 02:17:48
    neither heaven nor hell are physical places....but states of mind, oneness with God or clueless about God
  • kay29 lyle 2012/06/18 04:24:33
    I agree.
  • jojac lyle 2012/06/18 12:24:55
    What if you are wrong? After death it will be too late to
    correct your error if you are wrong.
  • Cat 1017 lyle 2012/06/18 18:04:22
    Cat 1017
    To a degree...But it is ALSO a physical place...
  • David Hussey 2012/06/18 02:17:13
    I think
    David Hussey
    its a work of fiction, a 'boogeyman' to scared the masses into sheepishly following their cult leaders
  • hippietim 2012/06/18 02:13:04
    definately a place I want nothing of!

    And if it is wanting a piece of me, 2 f'n bad.


  • Icon 2012/06/18 02:10:25 (edited)
    It's somewhere you DON'T want to go. Trust me I've been there. Satan's not there but many of his comrades are and they have a bone to pick with us.
  • cjd 2012/06/18 02:06:35
    a place without God----there's no love or goodness
  • Sister ... cjd 2012/06/18 13:43:10
  • LisaWay... cjd 2012/06/19 04:16:55 (edited)
    I love your answer, but I have to say, I believe God is everywhere, yet there is still some hell...it's like darkness is the absence of light-- the light defines the darkness, and visa versa-- it is how living humans see; so even where there is God, there is a hell to remind us and define both by contrast.
  • Zero 2012/06/18 02:04:29
  • jojac Zero 2012/06/18 12:30:16
    So, you are saying that what justice there is in this present world is
    all there is ! Then Hitler, for example is not paying for his atrocities !
    Or do you even know who Hitler was?
  • Zero jojac 2012/06/18 12:48:39
    Adolf Hitler was a german chancellor who during world war 2 killed millions of jewish people because he blamed them for causing germany to use WWI. I dont believe in heaven, i dont believe in hell. I believe in living life while you can because life is short and you only live once.
  • Marie Zero 2012/06/18 13:00:01
    Most people who sin like Hitler are insane! Does God punish the insane"
  • Zero Marie 2012/06/18 13:03:56
    I dont believe in god.
  • Marie Zero 2012/06/18 13:26:35
    Re-think possible!
  • Zero Marie 2012/06/18 13:36:45
    You have your beliefs i have mine. Im happy with LaVeyan Satanism and im sure your happy with your beliefs.
  • Marie Zero 2012/06/19 21:16:08
    God Bless!
  • Me 2012/06/18 02:00:31
    no thoughts
  • umapathy Krishnamurthy 2012/06/18 01:44:49
    I think
    umapathy Krishnamurthy
    Some time
  • Noreen.Saarela.Panizzoli 2012/06/18 01:40:00
    a real place that many people refuse to believe exists and so continue to live for selfish ends without acknowledging the Creator and His purposes for us all.
  • rand 2012/06/18 01:39:36
    I think
    "The one principle of hell is- “I am my own.” George MacDonald

    “Fear is not of the present,
    but only of the past and future,
    which do not exist.
    Why wait for heaven?
    It is here today.”
    A Course in Miracles
  • jojac rand 2012/06/18 12:33:34
    Ah, Helen Shuckman's "A Course In Miracles".
    And Oprah is leading millions of women astray
    in teaching that Satanic garbage.
  • LisaWay... jojac 2012/06/19 04:31:25 (edited)
    don't know about that new spin by Shuckman, but that is not a new concept. It is an ancient Buddhist concept (and maybe even before that), of LIFE NOW, in this moment, period. "There is nothing new under this sun." (~Ecclesiastes-- a book, btw, that was most controversial and almost didn't make it into the first Bible.) There is nothing new here, except new profits from out-of-copyright truth. But that's OK, imo, if it helps-- truth needs repeating to audiences who may otherwise not hear it...
  • Sister Jean 2012/06/18 01:37:41
    Sister Jean
    the absence of God
  • The Judge Sister ... 2012/06/18 09:01:03
    The Judge
    Do you believe in the Jewish concept of Hell or the Christian? From what I read before the Jewish concept of Hell "The absence of God" seems like the more likely translation.
  • jojac The Judge 2012/06/18 12:35:17
    "The absense of God" will be Hell.
  • The Judge jojac 2012/06/18 19:01:34
    The Judge
    Why do you say that?
  • LisaWay... The Judge 2012/06/19 04:51:13 (edited)
    "God is a metaphor for that which transcends all levels of intellectual thought. It's as simple as that." ~Joseph Campbell

    We humans exist to aspire to something more. Once we got those frontal lobes, (which are relatively very new), without the unknown--that which "transcends all levels of intellectual thought"-- without that we are bereft of purpose. It is our given nature to pursue knowledge, and thereby strive to 'raise the bar' of our lifetime's existence, esp. for our children. Genuine theologians & legitimate scientists agree: our concept of God, our observations of Nature and our pursuit of Science are not mutually exclusive-- they all exist without contradiction.
  • Marie LisaWay... 2012/06/19 21:20:05
  • LisaWay... The Judge 2012/06/19 05:24:14 (edited)
    No matter how far out or how far in we go, there is something further outward or inward that we cannot see. There is always prior or "first cause", if you like, which can be called God. The name or concept of God or unknown first cause doesn't change that which we can prove, any more than it changes that which we canNOT prove, EXCEPT to remind us that we do not know everything.

    There is a humility that comes with not knowing, which arises from our own actions by design, and which opens all paths to truth: By our yielding acceptance to the unknown, the way reveals itself. Some ppl name the unknown God. As all names come, after the fact, that ad hoc naming does not contradict and may even facilitate original design, by opening for us the way of all things, no matter how we name them.

    On the other hand, if one is not open to unknown, be they promoting God or science, if they cannot accept or yield to the unknown, in this moment, then they have trapped themselves in a little earthly short term box, damned never to progress-- that is another definition of hell.
  • Marie The Judge 2012/06/18 13:03:07
    The absence of God is the absence of Love! Everytime we lose a loved one. we understand the meaning!
  • LisaWay... The Judge 2012/06/19 04:25:32 (edited)
    in my understanding, (which is small), of Hebrew teachings, there may be something akin to hell here, but it's among the living and of our own making, and not referring to any 'afterlife' condition. The word "hell" in the time and place of the Christian Bible was literally a designation of the local garbage dump, where ppl took their trash to be burned. (Metaphorically open to interpretation. But that's what the word meant literally, and it was here on earth among the living.)

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