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Since the beginning of time, the legions of people have all had their particular interpretation of the after-life, also if there even is one. Many interpretations, religions, and individuals have all asked themselves the same question at some point or another: Why Is there a Heaven or a Hell? Where will my body move? Will my soul follow? The Bible has several passages where it refers to its particular thoughts and claims on the "afterlife". The afterlife as noted in the Bible, is split into two unique locations, Heaven and Hell. Below this notion, everyone will continue their life after death forever either in Heaven or Hell based on the kind of life they lived. Where one occupies the rest of their life is determined by if a person puts their faith in Christ and his teachings, if so they'll seep into Heaven and if not they'll be punished for their activities in Hell. Christian doctrine notes one description of what constitutes being delivered to Hell, "41The Son of man shall send forth his angels, and they shall gather out of his kingdom all things that offend, and them that do iniquity; 42And shall cast them into a furnace of fire: there shall be wailing and gnashing of teeth" (Matthew 13:41-42). That passage in the Bible is an indication that disregarding the word of God constitutes being sent into Hell. Dante Alighieri dwelt in Florence, Italy during the late 13th century, a time when Christianity had been the predominant religion. For those who followed the orthodox philosophy of Christianity like Dante failed, the notion of Hell was very simple. Hell was a place after death where individuals who have committed any offense from the "Ten Commandments" are delivered to endure eternal confusion, chaos, despair, despair, misery, and an over all te...