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Scripture references are from the New King James Version of the Bible unless stated otherwise.

About lis

I. Introduction

1 Tht Authority of the Bible

1 Un i*12nil

Reconciliation Scriptures

1 Tht Seven Foundational Biblical Truths

S, Tht Seven Ages in God's Plan For All

6, Tht Pre-Adamk Age

1, God's Purpose for Israel

8. Tht Gosptl of the Kingdom of God

9, Tht Truth of God's Elect - The Bride Df Christ

10, The Second Coming oí Jesus Christ

11. The Millennial Kingdom of God

12, The Great White Throne Judgement

11, The Judgement £ Reconciliation of Satan

14. The Eternal Kingdom oi God

Scripture references are from the New King James Version of the Bible unless stated otherwise.

Traditional Christianity argues that Jesus Christ Himself preached more about hell than any other person in the Bible. In this chapter, we shall examine in detail all the relevant verses where Jesus Christ speaks about 'hell', and see how, where and why Christians have misunderstood, mistranslated and misapplied the words of Jesus.

The King James Version (KJV) was the only standard version of the Bible for English speaking Protestant Christians for nearly 350 years, until the general acceptance of the Revised Standard Version in 1952. Therefore, the KJV has had a major influence on formulating the traditional Christian view of the doctrine of hell in Protestant Christianity.

There are four words in the Bible that have been translated as hell, by the translators of the KJV. These are one Hebrew word, sheol and three Greek words, hades, tartarus and gehenna. The word hell occurs 54 times in total in the KJV.

Sheol occurs 65 times in the Old Testament and hades occurs 11 times in the New Testament. The Greek word hades is the direct equivalent of the Hebrew word sheol. A study of all of the verses where these two words occur in the Bible proves that the correct meaning of sheol and hades is the grave (the place of the dead) or the pit, and not hell.

The KJV translators were wrong when they translated sheol 31 times and hades 10 times to mean hell. They had no justification to translate these words as hell, especially when they understood that the correct meaning of sheol was the grave or the pit, as they correctly translated sheol 34 times out of the 65 times it occurs, to mean the grave or the pit. As the Greek word hades is the direct equivalent of the Hebrew word sheol, hades also means the grave or the pit, and not hell. So, why did the KJV translators incorrectly translate these words as hell in the Bible? The obvious answer is that the KJV translators were strongly influenced by the deeply entrenched doctrine of hell, which was strictly taught by Roman Catholicism for hundreds of years. In fact, the translators of most subsequent versions of the Bible have corrected the errors made by the KJV translators, to varying degrees.

When we examine how often the word 'hell' occurs in various versions of the Bible written since the KJV, we can see just how widely Bible translators have differed in their opinion and understanding of the word 'hell'. Consider this revealing fact in the following few versions compared to the KJV.

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