If the prevailing belief in hell in the Western world, among Christians, is correct, then said Christianity is not Bible-believing. One would have to cut out the first chapters of both Ephesians and Colossians and Jesus' assurance that He will tear ALL to Himself when He is exalted. "Behold the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world!" and the designation of the Savior of the world are also incorrect from that point of view.
The throne of hell also means that man's will and choice is placed in a higher category than God's, which seems strange.
"God forces no one!" it is said, but even then one has ended up in a reading that overlooks Jesus' prayer on the cross:" Father, forgive them for they know not what they do!" . Also that God "works both will and deed". Romans 9:16 states that "So then it does not depend on the will or effort of any man, but on the grace of God."
Romans 5:18 with its "ALL men" both when referring to the Fall and to Jesus' atonement...in the same verse(!)...means that Paul claims that Jesus' atonement is more effective than Adam's fall; where sin abounds, grace abounds even more!" Our tradition ("statutes of the fathers") says rather the opposite.
My conclusion is that Christians cannot possibly consider themselves Bible believers and at the same time be "hell raisers"!
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Om den i västvärlden, bland kristna, förhärskande helvetestron skulle vara riktig då är nämnda kristenhet inte bibeltroende. Man skulle behöva klippa bort de första kapitlen i både Efesierbrevet och Kolosserbrevet och Jesu' försäkran om att Han ska slita ALLA till sig när Han blir upphöjd. "Se Guds Lamm som BORTTAR världens synd!" samt benämningen världens frälsare är också felaktiga ur den synvinkeln.