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Despite the numerous Scriptures warnings given by Jesus himself, Seventh Day Adventist and presidential candidate Ben Carson told The Washington Post that he does not believe in hell.

“I don’t believe there is a physical place where people go and are tormented,” he stated. “No. I don’t believe that.”

As previously reported, Seventh Day Adventists believe in the “annihilation of the wicked,” rejecting the doctrine of eternal torment out of their assertion that the Bible doesn’t teach about a permanent place called Hell, but rather the snuffing out of the soul.

Written by Heather Clark
Full report at Christian News 

2 thoughts on “‘I Don’t Believe That’: Seventh Day Adventist Ben Carson Says Hell Does Not Exist”
  1. If he could actually obey the constitution why would anyone care? 95% of Americans act as if there is no hell…including many Christians

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