- Posie and Sheol: A Bitter Lamentation
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- In the Bible, the Hebrew word “Sheol” sometimes refers to the place of the dead, regardless of the manner of death or the character of the dead.
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- The KJV was translated in accord with the false Athanasian Creed, and so we find "hell" as a mistranslation of the Hebrew sheol, and 3 different Greek words - Hades, Tartarus, and Gehenna, none of which means a place of endless torment.
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- If you beat him with the rod you will save his life from Sheol" (Proverbs 23:13-14).
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- The overarching OT conception is that everyone goes to sheol, and continues to exist there, at some level of consciousness, in a state of either rest or restlessness. They have lost their immortality, per se, and yet they exist.
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