SOLUTION AT My Australian Academy
How is purgatory defined in the modern world, besides an intermediate state between heaven and hell?
What follows after death for those in purgatory, and how does it differ from gehenna, hades, or damnation?
What is described in the parable, “Lazarus and the Rich Man,” and how does it portray the underworld (Luke 16:19-31)?
How did Augustine describe the three groups in purgatory, and how did it come to be the prevailing view in the West?
What is the role of “gehenna” in Jewish theology and history, and what is its nearest parallel in the modern era?
Is “hell” a biblical term and how does it relate to “eternal fire,” “the pit of iniquity,” “prison,“ unquenchable fire,” or “prison?”