In recent months I've started to notice that a lot of non-Christian people in the U.K. often contradict themselves without realising it. I imagine its the same in the U.S. to some extent. One thing I've noticed is that people seem to not only scoff at the idea of Hell, but also that God would not be a good God if he sent people to hell. And yet, when a judge passes a lenient sentence they are criticised, but when they hand down the maximum sentence they are praised. It seems odd that people think its fine for Man to pass harsh judgement on Man but its not OK for God to pass judgement on the people he created even though he is fully righteous unlike men and also gave them the opportunity to repent through Jesus and the cross. I'm not saying judges shouldn't hand down long sentences in some cases, but just pointing out this inconsistency which perhaps millions of people have in their heads, without even realising it.