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Flat Earth Bible 05 of 10 - Sheol - Land of the Dead

Flat Earth Bible 05 of 10 - Sheol - Land of the Dead

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An interpretation of Biblical Cosmology and a critique of Christian Fundamentalism.

Why the Bible is not the Word of God.

In the Old Testament, when somebody died, they did not cease to exist.Their soul or shade went down underground to Sheol, the Land of the Dead and stayed there forever.Sheol was the Hebrew version of Hades.

There was no ethical Judgement and the Good and Bad both ended up in the same place.Only a few exceptional individuals such as Enoch, Moses and Elijah escaped Sheol due to being taken up to Heaven by God.

Gehenna or Hell was not introduced until the last few centuries BC and so it is not in the Old Testament.Sheol is a dull gloomy place that is surrounded by water, but not fire.

Souls did not sleep or lose conciousness, or cease to exist, although their status was not as good as life above them on Earth.

This Presentation examines the evidence to support this view.
An interpretation of Biblical Cosmology and a critique of Christian Fundamentalism.

Why the Bible is not the Word of God.

In the Old Testament, when somebody died, they did not cease to exist.Their soul or shade went down underground to Sheol, the Land of the Dead and stayed there forever.Sheol was the Hebrew version of Hades.

There was no ethical Judgement and the Good and Bad both ended up in the same place.Only a few exceptional individuals such as Enoch, Moses and Elijah escaped Sheol due to being taken up to Heaven by God.

Gehenna or Hell was not introduced until the last few centuries BC and so it is not in the Old Testament.Sheol is a dull gloomy place that is surrounded by water, but not fire.

Souls did not sleep or lose conciousness, or cease to exist, although their status was not as good as life above them on Earth.

This Presentation examines the evidence to support this view.

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The Flat Earth Bible
05 of 10 – Sheol - Land of the Dead
 
 
1.Dead people exist under theground in Sheol (Not Hell)
It is possible to dig down to Sheol. (Amos 9:2)Korah goes down to Sheol (Numbers 16:32 – 33)Samuel comes up from Sheol (1 Samuel 28: 11 – 14 )Saul and his sons will end up in Sheol after death.(1 Samuel 28:19 )Jacob expects to go down to Sheol (Genesis 37:35 )Job expects to go down to Sheol (Job 17:16 )The King of Babylon will go down to Sheol after death(Isaiah 14: 9-11 )Pharaoh will go down to Sheol after death (Ezekiel 31:15 – 16)
 
 
Orpheus in the Greek Underworld
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