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Dear Dante I write to you to speak of your vision of Hell You describe it in awesome and often gruesome detail but there are a few things that contradict my own vision and beliefs First I have grown up in the church so have been taught all my life that all sins whether big or small have the same consequence Whether you murder or lie the same judgment is death This belief contradicts your vision of the nine circles of Hell with the different degrease of punishment for the more harsh sins Another description that caught me by surprise was how you depicted Satan frozen in ice In our culture today Satan is always surrounded by fire and is large and mighty But in your novel he is helpless and frozen in ice Also on the same topic of Satan is his physical appearance You described him as having three heads with bat-wings and hideous The first thing I think of when someone says Satan is a man with a pointed tail and horns holding a pitchfork Your description shows better the awesome hideousness of sin in Gods eyes and how it should be like to us Finally the three greatest sinners you chose for Satan to chew on I kind of disagree with As I read Cassius and Brutus were very bad They betrayed a friend and in you vision of hell that is the worst sin But Judas Iscariot made me start to think because it all depends on how you view his actions You put him in Satans mouth because he betrayed the Son of God to the Romans then he was hung on a cross But in many ways Judas was the key character in the point of Christ coming to the earth because if he didnt betray him then Christ wouldnt have died and saved the world from eternal damnation I believe that many times too
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