When discussion of Hell becomes Hell …

I know that most readers are tired of discussions of hell and need a respite from the subject, but one of our readers raised a good question about the respective presentations on hell by Fr George Metallinos and C. S. Lewis. My reply turned out to be longer than I anticipated. I was almost tempted to publish it as a blog article; but instead I will simply direct interested readers to my lengthy comment.

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5 Responses to When discussion of Hell becomes Hell …

  1. dino says:

    That is a very funny (and quite pertinent) title indeed Father! πŸ™‚


    • Fr Aidan Kimel says:

      Glad you enjoyed it, Dino! The content of my articles may be thin but at least I can think up good titles. πŸ™‚

      BTW, what is your first name, or do you prefer being addressed as “Dino”? Or is Dino in fact your first name?


  2. dino says:

    It is my first name Father. Dino in Greek is a common abbreviation for ‘Kostadino’ (which of course is none other than Constantine). There is nothing ‘thin’ about the content of your articles BTW Father…!


  3. Rhonda says:

    I wholeheartedly agree with Dino, Father…on both the depth in your articles as well as your titling ability πŸ™‚ Me…now my stuff’s thin…& rice paper thin at that πŸ˜‰ Keep the good stuff coming & perhaps…someday…my stuff won’t be so thin.


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