Volume > Issue > A Voice from Hell

A Voice from Hell

GUEST COLUMN

By Richard D. Courtney | November 2007
Richard D. Courtney, who writes from Muncie, Indiana, is author of Normandy to the Bulge: An American Infantry GI in Europe During World War II (Southern Illinois University Press, 1997).

Este artículo: en español

Everyone has heard of Hell. But most of us just brush it off. We aren’t going there, so why worry? We have better things to think about.

I used to think that way too, but now I am in Hell and it is horrible. Constant pain and no one can help me.

The day I died and faced Jesus Christ the Judge, I was all ready with my excuse list, which I had rehearsed while I was still alive. Surely He would understand and make an exception in my case. I’d be O.K.

Before I could open my mouth, He held up His hand and said to me, “Depart from Me into everlasting fire.” And that was it. No second chance, no appeals, no hope.

Enjoyed reading this?

READ MORE! REGISTER TODAY

SUBSCRIBE

You May Also Enjoy

Bad Things & Good People

Many cannot bring themselves to believe in Hell, which Christ tells us repeatedly (40 times) is an essential part of his religion.

There Goes Hell & the Second Coming

David Jenkins, the Anglican Bishop of Durham, is at it again. Readers of this column…

Hell and Other Destinations

Few secular writers these days would contemplate writing a lengthy essay on Hell. Piers Paul…