I have a question that a student asked in youth this past Sunday. In a nutshell, he basically asked, is there different levels to hell. The reason behind it, was he mentioned, was that all our lives we are taught that sin is sin, no matter what the sin, ask for forgiveness and all is forgiven. He knows that and agrees with that. However, with the numerous mentions in the bible about homosexuality and sexual immorality being detestable to God, and that Jesus said to the pharisees that they would be given a greater condemnation, he was wanting to know if there was different "levels" to hell. It was also thrown around that the reason the Bible is so clear on some of these detestable sins, was to give us warning. That when you look back at history, what is one of the biggest things that lead to a nations, or better yet, a individuals downfall, it's always one of these specifically mentioned sins that bring them down. If we all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God and the wages of sin is death and we are condemned to a live in hell if we choose not to follow God and accept Christ as our savior, then what would constitute in a "greater condemnation"? I hope I worded this well enough that you all understand what the question was that was presented to the class yesterday morning. This was more or less the discussion that was brought before the class.