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Anon sends people to Hell
The words abandon alll hope ye who enter here are above the entrance other than that the most I've found is it's the worst day of your life over and over and over again for eternity with some other kinda of torture.
Certainly wouldn't say I know the Bible inside and out, but I just finished the New Testament and learned some things while analyzing Revelations. To me the possibility of Hell being "the permanent and knowing separation from God" rather than literal flame causing an unimaginable level of agony, is worth considering. Not because it'd hurt any less or make people feel less guilty about possibly going there, but just because that in and of itself--dying, learning the truth that there really was a God all along who would have saved you if you had just asked, etc--already seems to me like it could cause the exact same level of anguish.
As for the absolute cessation of existence, I'm of the opinion Hell wouldn't be that state of Void. However, taken a certain way, the parts of Revelation that speak of evildoers and the Fallen being thrown into "the lake of fire" and utterly destroyed AFTER the final judgement, have also struck me as implying that. So perhaps the "eternal suffering" of Hell is simply "eternal" in that the human mind would have no comprehension of time, beginning or end, while in such agony. And after their "punishment" is up, only then would they cease to exist. If one looks at all the verses related to getting to Heaven, it's stated that believers are given "new bodies" or made to be "perfect like Christ," and so forth. From this one could possibly make the argument that those who go to Hell would instead retain their normal levels of imperfection and corruption--and a finite mind could not grasp an infinite time of suffering, could it? So perhaps the "eternal" punishment of Hell could be seen as such an intense and long lasting form of suffering that to the no-doubt broken, utterly despairing mind of the spirit subjected to it, it might as well be eternal even if it doesn't literally go on forever.
There's also the nuance of the third "final judgement" mentioned, the Judgement of the White Throne. It's debated whether or not this is the same as the "Judgement of Nations" and the "Judgement of Believers' Works." The analysis that I read (based on a New King James version of the New Testament, though I don't have it at hand right now to tell you who wrote the study outline for it) posits that the White Throne is the last of the three judgements and that by the time it occurs, all the believers have already been filtered out. Those remaining before the White Throne are therefore only the unbelievers, but it is mentioned that each of these, too, is judged according to their works. So this particular study guide led me to believe that there actually are separate "levels" of Hell based on how truly evil and unrepentant a person was, but there's certainly no indication that Dante's Inferno had it all figured out. But I still personally believe each level would, in and of itself, be worthy of the term "eternal suffering." Maybe they are simply different forms of punishment alongside the awareness of separation from God--maybe the rapists experience the worst forms of rape imaginable, while the morally good atheist simply experiences that feeling you get when you find out something you were so sure of was entirely wrong, except he experiences it at its highest level on instant-repeat for what seems like eternity, a never ending form of crushing anxiety.
Again I'm certainly no expert, but I find these things incredibly interesting and certainly encourage you and your sister to continue your own studies. Keep in mind the differences brought about by translations over the years, not just in the sense that "the Scofield Bible is a work of Jewish subterfuge!" but with the understanding that some of these ancient terms actually have no real English equivalent and one may only be to understand them through metaphorical comparisons or something like that. KJV especially has to be considered in this light because the commissioned writer seems to have been a playwright in the vein of Shakespeare and thus uses very poetic form.
That's what I generally get from it. Hell just burning the soul away to nothing. I think the eternal suffering bit is just popularized by Dante's Inferno and accidentally became what people think is canon.
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