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Did Jesus pay for our sins in Hell?

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Our sins were paid by Jesus while he was on the cross when the Father turn his back to Jesus as he bore our sins. When he said it was finished thats what he meant. His trip to hell was one showing his victory over sin and death. Some scholars believe that before his death on the cross the rigtheous were held in a separate compartment of hell called paradise. This is illustrated in Jesus's parable of the rich man and Lazarus. But the scholars say that when Jesus left hell after those 3 days, that he took all of those righteous with him to heaven. This is shown when it says that after Jesus's resurrection the graves were opened.
 
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This question is one I allowed myself to ask after 60 yrs of accepting conventional Christianity.

The answer I found is NO. I find no reference anywhere to show Yeshua went to hell when he died. He DIED!

This scenario comes to us courtesy of the corrupt Catholic church who also gave us a couple of creeds. For example, the Nicene creed is full of errors. The Athanasian Creed is made up lies. Christmas and Easter are from renamed false god's special days. Why do you think the Book talks so much about how hard it is to get into heaven? Isn't there reference to the small number of us who actually make it? Scared me.

Scoff if you want. But, if you have secret questions you don't want to ask because someone might make fun of you or you might be called a heretic going to hell then you are acting foolishly.

This not a game. Your eternal life is on the line. Ask the questions, quit being lazy and so the research into Aribic, Hebrew and Greek and get your own answers.
 
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This question is one I allowed myself to ask after 60 yrs of accepting conventional Christianity.

The answer I found is NO. I find no reference anywhere to show Yeshua went to hell when he died. He DIED!

This scenario comes to us courtesy of the corrupt Catholic church who also gave us a couple of creeds. For example, the Nicene creed is full of errors. The Athanasian Creed is made up lies. Christmas and Easter are from renamed false god's special days. Why do you think the Book talks so much about how hard it is to get into heaven? Isn't there reference to the small number of us who actually make it? Scared me.

Scoff if you want. But, if you have secret questions you don't want to ask because someone might make fun of you or you might be called a heretic going to hell then you are acting foolishly.

This not a game. Your eternal life is on the line. Ask the questions, quit being lazy and do the research into Arabic, Hebrew and Greek and get your own answers.
 
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After his crucifixion, but before his resurrection, did Jesus pay for our sins in Hell?
It was Christ's death that was the atonement. Hell in the Bible is the grave. There's this idea in Christianity that there is a place where people suffer eternal conscious torment. However, this concept is foreign to the Scriptures.
 
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It was Christ's death that was the atonement. Hell in the Bible is the grave. There's this idea in Christianity that there is a place where people suffer eternal conscious torment. However, this concept is foreign to the Scriptures.
Yeshua the Messiah said himself that the "where the worm dieth not" and "where the fire is not quenched".
I think there is a Hell that's eternal only because Yeshua said it himself
 
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Yeshua the Messiah said himself that the "where the worm dieth not" and "where the fire is not quenched".
I think there is a Hell that's eternal only because Yeshua said it himself
Yes, Jesus said that. He didn't say anyone would suffer eternal conscious torment. When Jesus said that He was quoting Isaiah.

24 And they shall go forth, and look upon the carcases of the men that have transgressed against me: for their worm shall not die, neither shall their fire be quenched; and they shall be an abhorring unto all flesh. (Isa. 66:24 KJV)

Notice what is burning. It's corpses, dead bodies. It's not people who are alive. No one is being tormented.
 

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