In another forum, the discussion was raised about the lake of fire being gehenna. I believe it is. I believe, from an overview of Scripture that the scenario for those who die in sin is...their soul goes to a temporary abode called hades till judgment, then after judgment, into the LOF, and that LOF is gehenna. As for the righteous dead, they go to a temporary abode called paradise. Each will be judged ACCORDING TO HIS/HER WORKS, and Jesus will reward each according to his/her works. Some peoples' works will be destroyed(1 Cor. 3:15) but the PERSON is still saved. At the Great White Throne judgment, there shall not only be the souls of those who died in sin before the millenium, but also the souls, both righteous and sinner, of those who died during the millenium. One prob is that the KJV calls hades, tartarus(the abode of the angels who sinned) and gehenna all hell, with nothing to distinguish between them except it says hell(hades) will be cast into the LOF. Why should Christians be discussing the fate of the sinners? So that we may be 100% accurate in our witness. Inevitably, we're gonna be asked about hell if we're active witnesses, and while I can't speak for anyone else, I wanna stay ready to answer any and all questions 100% accurately and thoroughly. As such, I believe the LOF and gehenna are one & the same.