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    January 2nd, 2012 @ 4:49 pm by admin

    I’m not sure how much validity you want to attach to my ongoing poll about hell, but so far “It doesn’t exist” is nearly twice as popular a view as its nearest competitor (Universalism). Rounding out third spot is Infernalism, the belief in hell as a place of eternal, conscious torment for the wicked. Here’s how the 363 votes cast so far break down:

    • It doesn’t exist (42%)
    • Universalism (22%)
    • Infernalism (19%)
    • Don’t know (8%)
    • Conditional Immortality (4%)
    • Annihilationism (3%)
    • None of the above (2%)

    A quick note on voting sources: I posted a link to this poll on our Facebook page, on my personal blog and on various sub-reddits, all of which have to do with religion and various streams of Christianity. I’m sure we pulled in a few stragglers who stumbled across the poll. But overall, you could say that virtually all of our voters are adherents of some sort of religion or at least biased toward discussing religious issues. I’m not sure what to make of that, but at least it gives you some perspective on the diversity to be found among people with religious bent.

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