Every year, fewer and fewer Americans believe that Hell is a real place. It is understandable why. Usually, Hell’s most vocal advocates are questionable at best, saying that anything from watching Harry Potter to playing Pokémon gives you a direct ticket to everlasting torment. It doesn’t help that books, movies, and television shows have often displayed cartoonish depictions of Hell led by a guy dressed in red with a pitchfork. Then there are hard theological questions to wrestle with. If Jesus is all about love, if God is really good, how can there be a Hell? Would God really send people there? Why would He? Thankfully, Jesus has a lot to say about Hell. The question is, will we trust what Jesus has to say about it?