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“It is equivalent to the Hebrew word "sheol" in the Old Testament in its meaning.”
“Pirkle apparently doesn't realize that early Judaism had no developed concept of Hell; rather, sheol is the shadowy region of the dead under the earth.”
“Do you think the use of the word sheol will make any difference to the preachers?”
“Why was the word sheol introduced in place of hell, and how do you like the substitute?”
“This word sheol is derived from a root-word meaning "to ask,”
“The Jews used the word sheol for the grave, which signifies the state of the dead; all that are in that state shall hear.”
“In the Bible the nearest equivalents would be - "sheol" (used in the Old Testament) and "hades" (used in the New Testament) which mean something like "the grave/the underworld".”
“sheol" … but you disregard all the passages that chastize and warn against murder and war … but that's okay … you're trying to make a point, so all evidence that doesn't fit is cast out … that's okay … this is your discussion …”
“In sheol and other references, the Bible does speak of souls crying out from the grave and the dead waiting in a grim afterlife to be judged by God.”
“Job wishes he could be hidden in sheol until God's anger had passed, and then brought back, but doesn't seem to think it is a genuine possibility.”
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Words in the Bible evoking biblical stories or with special spiritual meaning. Proper names have been reduced to the minimum.
Nabbed from en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ROT-13#Letter_games_and_net_culture: words that become other existing words (or failing that, acronyms) when a Caesar shift of 13 places is applied to them.
Basically it's just mikeropology's words, but with his username turned into an adjectivally splendid list name.
Hell and its parts have many names. Here is a good sampling.
Names for the afterlife, in many religions and cultures. Including the "good place" and the "bad place," as well as more "neutral" places. :-)
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