The Things We See

We have a very flippant attitude towards the "scientific" basis of the Christian establishment. That's because it's a half-baked capitulation with popular science (SciPop). It's nothing personal.

Are You Lost?

This is a very sad state to be in. Literally soul-destroying. Here perdition is used to refer to people who hear the Word of God, and come under the conviction of the Holy Spirit, but they draw back.

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.

This Place of Torment

We're at the end of our trail of deduction for today and the only conclusion which we can reach is that the rich man is in the molten core of the Earth, the pit. Abraham and Lazarus are in the lower mantle, the midst of hell.

A Great Gulf

We're at a great advantage over the spaghetti theologians because we've deduced how the passage from Luke resolves with a physical reality. We don't regard any part of this parable as being metaphorical or allegorical.

The Bosom of Abraham

The first thing we have to account for is Abraham's bosom. The meaning of this is simple, Lazarus was being consoled by Abraham: Abraham was giving Lazarus a hug. That's how simple it is.