Hell is Real
In many religious traditions, Hell is a place of suffering and punishment in the afterlife. Hell is endless or eternal. Hell is often portrayed as populated with daemons, who torment the damned. The Christian doctrine of hell derives from the teaching of the New Testament, where hell is typically described using the Greek words Tartarus or Hades or the Arabic word Gehenna. Hell is taught as the final destiny of those who have not been found worthy after they have passed through the great white throne of judgment, where they will be punished for sin and permanently separated from God after the general resurrection and last judgment.