Divine Impulses: Newsweek religion editor Lisa Miller on the decline of hell
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Divine Impulses: Newsweek religion editor Lisa Miller on the decline of hell

"Hell is not hot," says Lisa Miller on the decline of belief in eternal punishment. Miller also talks about the "paradox" of heaven and the myths and truths behind claims of "72 virgins" for Muslim holy warriors. (Elizabeth Tenety/Washington Post)

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