Tag Archive: Hell

On the fairness and fire-ness of hell

“What are you in for?” The convicted serial burglar crossed his tattooed arms behind his head as he lay back on his bunk and examined his new roommate. He always thought it best… Continue reading

Why hell will be hellish

Will there be love in hell? I tend to think not. If hell is eternal separation from God, and God is love, then it seems to follow that hell is a place without… Continue reading

Hold on….heaven awaits

The more the world goes to hell the more I long for heaven. Peace…goodness…love…joy. Everlasting perfect bliss without the slightest hint or danger of violence, deception, immorality, hatred, sadness, suffering or pain. This… Continue reading

The final fork

I just can’t get into a storyline peppered with names like Smeagol, Boromir, and Isildur. Huh? Especially when they inhabit bizarre worlds constantly in danger from creepy or menacing orcs, balrogs, and the… Continue reading

The lake of fire

Fourteen years ago today hundreds of people perished in agonizing flames because of the evil intents of murderous men devoted to Islam. A lake of fire…I imagine that’s what it felt like. That… Continue reading

The path to heaven

This is No. 6 in the series. Please read my introduction and explanation here. “Sirs, what must I do to be saved?” The frightened Philippian jailer, recognizing the activity of an almighty God… Continue reading