Dante S Inferno 2

Where does a person who commits a heinous sin go? Where does a person who did legitimate things and prays all his life go? This is what distinguishes hell and heaven. Hell is to people, what school is to students, a place where souls of all morals, good or bad, were consigned after death. This is the place of punishment of Satan and the other fallen angels and of all mortals who die unrepentant of serious sin. On the contrary, heaven is to people, what I would be as president, a place where Gods, gods, or other spiritual beings dwell, and the place of perfect supernatural happiness for the redeemed in the afterlife. Many portray the happiness of heaven as the unrestricted partaking ...

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Purgatorio (Purgatory).
If I was chosen to be God, sinners would be sent to neither hell nor heaven, instead they would stay on earth. No one would commit an iniquitous act and be punishing to eternal damnation. If a person did commit an iniquitous act, there would be a punishment, but not a horrendous punishment by sending that person to hell. There is going to be a point when staying on earth is not going to work because that person keeps on committing sins and that is when hell is appropriately. Hell is for people who continuously commit sins.
Hell…an inconceivable place. I portray hell as a conflagration with wicked sinners being tortured in ways can’t be imagined. They deserve what was coming. Candidates for hell could be all the people committing criminal acts, murder, vandalism, and heinous sin. Souls enter here and stay for eternity until the day comes where all the souls are rejoined with their bodies. This place would be guarded with hideous monsters ...

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