Ded, I had never seen this site you listed. Looks interesting (excerpt included).http://www.bible-questions-and-answers.com/hell.html
The eight threads of misunderstanding in the typical modern Christian's mind concerning what the Bible says about God's plan for mankind are as follows.
Thread #1: The Mistranslation of "Hell"
The word "hell" is often mistranslated in English Bibles from the Hebrew word "sheol" and the Greek words "tartarusing" (a verb), "Gehenna", and "hades" (used by New Testament writers as the Greek equivalent of the Hebrew word "sheol"). None of these words mean "hell".
"sheol" = "the unseen", "where the dead go", "the grave"
"hades" = the unseen", "unperceived"
"tartarusing" (a verb) = waiting in a dark place
"Gehenna" = a physical location in Jerusalem (referred to in Scripture only as a physical place, there is never any implication that it is anything else, and when Jesus used this word He was quoting Is. 66:23-24 which makes it very clear the setting is a physical location on earth)
Despite the fact that these words are sometimes translated as "hell" in some English Bibles, none of these words mean anything remotely close to "hell". This can be proven logically from the Scriptures as I do in my book Hell Is A Mistranslation.
The bottom line is, the word "hell" is not in the Bible.
Thread #4: The Physical Lake of Fire and the Physical Gehenna Fire
These fires are "eonian" – they "pertain to an age or ages". The lake of fire lasts "for the ages of the ages", a specific phrase that refers to a specific period of time. These fires are not "everlasting or "forever and ever", those are blatant mistranslations. (The very fact that there is a plural form of the word "eon" – "eons" – proves that "eon" does not mean "forever", because it is impossible to have plural "forevers".)
In Hell Is A Mistranslation I logically prove from Scripture that the lake of fire talked about in the book of Revelation and the Gehenna fire to which Jesus referred will both be physical fires that will occur on earth and will destroy the physical corpses of physical human beings. In the book I also explain the fascinating reason why Satan, the antichrist, and the false prophet, unlike full human beings, will not die (become unconscious) when thrown into the lake or "pond" of fire. (For more information on this you can also see my article "The Weirdest Truth In the Bible" in the More Questions section of this site.)
The bottom line is, there is no such thing as eternal fire in Scripture. Both of the fires talked about in Scripture that everyone is so afraid of, will be physical fires that will cause physical death (unconsciousness) and/or burn physical dead bodies.