Eternal Torment

The eternal torment referred to by the Bible doesn't take place in hell, which is temporarily in the center of the Earth, there's another location: a lake of fire and brimstone in outer darkness.

Gnashing of Teeth

We're making the case that hell is at the center of the Earth, it's temporary, and eventually it will be disposed of in the furthest reaches of space referred to in the Bible as outer darkness.

The Big Picture

We can parse the difference between hell and the lake of fire because we've laid out the broad narrative of scripture, the conceptual backbone of the Bible, a theme which weaves together the law, prophets and the gospel.

Outer Darkness

Outer darkness is only referred to three times in scripture, but by using context we can establish what and where it is. The easiest thing to take for context is the gnashing of teeth, which occurs nine times in the Bible.

July 15th

In Matthew chapter 24 Jesus describes the final judgement that takes place at the end of the Millennial Kingdom. At this time hell will be cast into the lake of fire. The everlasting fire that Jesus refers to isn't hell, it's something else.

The Bottomless Pit

Cutaway of planet Earth showing the crust, mantle, great gulf and hell.

A gravitational singularity at the center of the Earth stopped time. If time slows down the closer we get to it, then we'll never get there. It's a relativistic conundrum, and the center of the Earth has an event horizon.