And beside all this, between us and you there is a great gulf fixed: so that they which would pass from hence to you cannot; neither can they pass to us, that would come from thence.(Luke 16:26) KJV
The great gulf is a translation of the Greek chasma mega (mega chasm) and it only occurs once when Jesus tells the parable of the rich man and Lazarus. The passage, Luke 16:19-31, describes a conversation between Lazarus and Abraham who are in sheol, across the great gulf to the rich man who’s in the molten core of the Earth.
People have struggled with this passage for generations, especially since the time when popular science (SciPop) confidently pronounced that hell isn’t in the interior of the Earth. The current spaghetti theology is that the story is metaphorical. Abraham and Lazarus are in heaven (even though, in spaghetti theology, there isn’t one) the rich man is, well, they don’t know where he is because they don’t have a hell, and the mega chasm is the spiritual gulf which exists between we mortals and the everlasting father. It’s fluff.
Now to Him who is able to establish you according to my gospel and the preaching of Jesus Christ, according to the revelation of the mystery kept secret since the world began but now made manifest, and by the prophetic Scriptures made known to all nations, according to the commandment of the everlasting God, for obedience to the faith— to God, alone wise, be glory through Jesus Christ forever. Amen.(Romans 16:25-27) NKJV
The reason for selecting the passage above is the word established, which is the meaning of the phrase, there is a great gulf fixed. A great gulf has been established between wherever Abraham and Lazarus are and wherever the rich man is. Based on seismological data and the Matty’s Paradigm spherical hollow Earth model (SHEM) we can definitively say that Abraham and Lazarus are in a chamber in the lower mantle. The rich man is in the molten core of the Earth.
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|2||October 2nd – Attacking Hell|
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