In his latest YouTube video, he discusses Passover, baptism, heaven, and hellfire.
He tackles the controversial issue in his latest YouTube video titled ‘Is Hell Real?’
Twenty-five minutes into the clip, Freeze uses Galatians 2:9 to prove the existence of hellfire and reveal what actions take people there.
Galatians 2:9–10 says, “James, Cephas and John, those esteemed as pillars, gave me and Barnabas the right hand of fellowship when they recognized the grace given to me. They agreed that we should go to the Gentiles and they to the circumcised. All they asked was that we should continue to remember the poor, the very thing I had been eager to do all along.”
In his words, “Helping the poor is a fundamental teaching of Christianity and neglecting the poor is a sure way to hellfire.”
In another attempt to affirm the existence of hell, Freeze refers to Revelation 21:8, which says, “But the cowardly, the unbelieving, the vile, the murderers, the sexually immoral, those who practice magic arts, the idolaters and all liars they will be consigned to the fiery lake of burning sulfur. This is the second death.”
He backs this with Matthew 13: 50, Chapter 25: 41, 46, and Mark 9:43.
Concluding the video, Freeze adds, “This is figurative though but it still signifies that there is hell.
“So, there is hell especially if you are working with the Bible… I can point it out to you without any doubt that hell is real.”
Prior to affirming the existence of hell, Freeze spends the majority of the time answering questions about baptism, feet washing, Heaven, e.t.c.
The existence of hell became a cause for debate after Pope Francis was quoted saying, “Hell does not exist — what exists is the disappearance of sinful souls.”
On March 29, 2018, the Italian newspaper La Repubblica published an article by its founder, 93-year-old Eugenio Scalfari where the Pontiff is quoted as saying, “After death, the souls of people who repent are pardoned by God and join in his contemplation, but those who do not repent, and therefore cannot be pardoned, disappear.”
These quotes have been denied by the Vatican, who released a statement noting that “Everything reported by the author in [Thursday’s] article is the fruit of his own reconstruction, in which the verbatim words pronounced by the Pope are not quoted. No direct report of speech, therefore, may be considered a faithful transcription of the words of the Holy Father.”
The Pope has not issued a personal comment yet.