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BiblicalInterpretation

Following is a link to an interesting article regarding the likelihood of historic biblical support for the traditional Christian notion of "Hell."  

In the past, when I have recommended articles such as this to "bible believing" Christians in support of my assertion to them that is was my firm belief that Jesus Christ never heard of nor spoke of Hell, I have been roundly condemmed in the most scathing terms, and promised my own dose of eternal damnation for daring to assert that the original writings of the apostles and their followers might not be faithfully represented in modern texts.

This article serves to illustrate that even versions of the Bible which some believers cleave to as "infallible" were openly characterized by their original authors as human interpretations of human writings, and therefore not 100% reliable.

An interesting read...

http://www.tentmaker.org/books/asw/Chapter14.html