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Heaven and Hell (Mysteries of the Bible) [TV…

Heaven and Hell (Mysteries of the Bible) [TV series]

by A & E Network

Other authors: Richard Kiley (Narrator), Jean Simmons (Narrator)

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From the beginning of recorded history, people all over the world have believed in an afterlife. In the West, the powerful images of Heaven, with its white light, halos and harps, and Hell, marked by torture, brimstone and pits of fire, have shaped thought and culture for thousands of years. But where do these images come from? What does the Bible itself tell us about eternal punishment and eternal happiness? And what do these dramatic symbols tell us about our own hopes and fears, our views of sin and redemption? Running time: 50 min., (JH - Adult)
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