I've noticed some scriptures used most to support the doctrine (blashemy, oops
blasphemy) of 'hell'.
So I've been working on a summary of the rebuttals to them (I'll add the verses later as I'm 'on vacation' / on my annual visit home and time online is limited for me right now).
This is for folks very familiar with the Word..
"Tartarus' ='s chains of darkness
God is Life and Perfection (surely?)
Im-perfection is the opposite of Life and cannot reverse its course (being imperfect) thus chains
"Hades" the "place of the dead" mis-translated as 'hell' is still Sheol, the grave, where there is "no thought,
the "lower parts of the earth" where "Christ descended to" is the dust of the grave
- via the Spirit to those awaiting judgment/the flood
the ark was being prepared
"Gehanna" was the town dump where the bodies of criminals were tossed, and burned
Lazarus and the rich man was a parable illustrating the possibility for the rich man and the "aionian" LOF