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A STORY was told of some unconverted students who went to visit the chaplain of a university.

They asked him abruptly if he believed in hell or not. He ummed and ahhed and said it was a difficult question.

Cutting through his shoddy fudge, the young men interrupted him.

"If hell doesn't exist, then you're a waste of space in this university...get out! We don't need you! If it does exist, you are the cruellest man in this place for not warning us and explaining how we can be rescued from it!"

Hell is surely the most fraught and distressing issue we Christians must face. If it exists, and the bible's words on it are true, then the vast majority of those with whom we work, play, eat and live are going there (Matthew 7:13).
People we love. And it is a terrifying place, a place of total condemnation, outer darkness and utter despair (Matthew 25:30).
If it does not exist, if there is no heaven then we are surely wasting our time believing, praying and worshipping- instead we should "eat, drink and be merry, for tomorrow we die" (1 Corinthians 15:32).
Humans, then, can be divided broadly into three groups.

1. Those who believe in hell and have been saved from it by the work of Christ at Calvary (1 Timothy 1:15);

Those who believe in hell and will go there due to a rejection of the gospel (2 Thess 1:8,9);

Those who do not believe in hell but will nonetheless go there for the reason just given.