So, is my hades reference wrong? Im asking seriously. We've not really covered it in Catechesis yet
Note, when we recite the Apostle's Creed, we do say hell. Wrong as well?
I'll let you look up the Latin words for why you are wrong. Consider it an early Easter EggI've always read inferos as hell. I do know some Latin and thats what I always read it. But if Im wrong, then I'd love to be corrected. I'd apprecaite it
My point to Peter had to do with his penchant for pointing out "fallacies" by their Latin names.Hades
is "kosher", if you understand what it is.
This is a time when using the Greek probably makes sense, since Hell
have gotten so screwed up in English in relation to this issue.
Frankly, when it comes to matters after "life", I rarely see much of anyone being too coherent.
A lot of what flies is marked too heavily by, yes, Platonism
The place to start here is to define what death is. The fact it is existed at one time, no longer does, and how that insight informs the state of the person after life within time as we typically experience it.