Ever since the beginning of human existence, people have wondered...
One of the most prevalent errors today is a mindless optimism about human salvation.
Everybody assumes that either hell doesn't exist, or that it doesn't really matter because "everyone is going to heaven anyway".
Most “believers” run around with watered down, sugary, “feel good” versions of Christianity in their heads, a trivialized Christianity stripped of all its uncomfortable teachings.
They think that God is good and merciful, salvation is easy, and so there’s really nothing to fear about hell.
But Is This Really True?
But Jesus Christ never said hell doesn't exist. He never said salvation was easy either.
On the contrary, Christ repeatedly said HELL DOES EXIST and that we need to fear God who can punish both body and soul in Hell (Mt 10:28).
He even said "many" will be lost.
So to just take it for granted that practically "everyone is saved" breeds laxity about religion.
It breeds a dangerous tendency to be indifferent and “easy going” about one’s salvation.
The truth is that Jesus Christ taught that Hell exists, that it is eternal, and that "many" are in danger of being sent there forever.
This is PRECISELY...
The existence of hell is and always will be one of the most important questions of all time. Jesus Christ clearly warned us about hell. But hardly anyone takes these warnings of Christ seriously anymore.
This program is a graduate level course in Catholic theology and taught according to the mind of St. Thomas Aquinas. However, since the doctrine of hell is common to Christians of nearly all denominations, the material covered in this program will be beneficial for them as well.