HELL: THE DOGMA OF HELL, ILLUSTRATED BY FACTS TAKEN FROM PROFANE AND SACRED HISTORY
REVEREND F.X. SCHOUPPE, S.J
— A Classic!
— Includes “An Eternity of Heaven or Hell: Thoughts for Lent” by Reverend Clement Henry Crock
— Includes Illustrations by Giovanni Antonio Canal
— Includes an Active Index, Table of Contents and NCX Navigation
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The Dogma of Hell is essentially the most terrible truth of our faith. There’s a hell. We are sure of it as of the existence of God, the existence of the sun. Nothing, in truth, is more clearly revealed than the dogma of hell, and Jesus Christ proclaims it as many as fifteen times in the Gospel.
The atheist who denies hell is like the thief who must deny the prison. A thief was once threatened with sentence to prison. The foolish fellow replied: “There is not any Court, There is not any prison.” He was once speaking thus, when an officer of justice put his hand on his shoulder, and dragged him before the Pass judgement on. That is an image of the atheist who is foolish enough to deny hell. A day will come, when, taken unawares by divine justice, he shall see himself dashed headlong into the pit which he stubbornly denied, and he will be forced to acknowledge the terrible reality.
“The unprofitable servant cast ye out into the exterior darkness: there will be weeping, and gnashing of teeth.” (Matt xxv., 30)
Includes “An Eternity of Heaven or Hell: Thoughts for Lent” by Reverend Clement Henry Crock.
PUBLISHER: CATHOLIC WAY PUBLISHING