Did Jesus really talk more about hell than heaven?

Did Jesus really talk more about hell than heaven?

Answer: Hell no! Not even close. And the word translated as “hell” was sometimes Hades (Sheol) or mostly Gehenna…the ancient garbage dump outside of Jerusalem where trash and dead bodies were burned and destroyed.   Concordance search on “hell” in Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John.    Concordance search on “fire” in Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John.    Versus   Concordance search on “heaven” in Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John.    Concordance search on “kingdom of God” in Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John.      I also find it interesting that John did not include discussions on Gehenna, hell, or Hades in his gospel…or in any of his three letters. Yet he was the one God gave the vision written in...

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Annihilationism Debate: Glossary of Terms

Here’s an interesting synopsis on the Annihilationism Debate. According to Traditionalists, the Bible doesn’t actually mean what it says.  TRADITIONALIST ANNIHILATIONIST Perish: Eternally tortured in hell Perish: To die. Death: Eternally tortured in hell. Death: To die. Opposite of living. Die: Eternally tortured in hell. Die: The opposite of living. Everlasting punishment: Torturing someone for all eternity. Everlasting punishment: Dead for all eternity. Hell: A place where God tortures unbelievers forever. Hell: A place of the Second Death where unbelievers are permanently destroyed. Destroyed: Eternally tortured in hell. Destroyed: Completely annihilated with no more existence. Wages of sin is death: Unbelievers will not actually suffer death but...

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