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I can't dig up the scriptural reference right now, but it is my recollection that Jesus preached the Gospel to the souls of those already departed in Hades, which is what the creed refers to. It's not that Jesus in any way suffered in Hades, but that he went there and releasereleased souls.

Also, Hades is, in Greek mythology, a place where the dead reside and it's not certain that it correlates to Hell as we understand it, per se.

EDIT: The scripture reference is 1 Pet 3:19-20:

19 After being made alive, he went and made proclamation to the imprisoned spirits — 20 to those who were disobedient long ago when God waited patiently in the days of Noah while the ark was being built.

I can't dig up the scriptural reference right now, but it is my recollection that Jesus preached the Gospel to the souls of those already departed in Hades, which is what the creed refers to. It's not that Jesus in any way suffered in Hades, but that he went there and release souls.

Also, Hades is, in Greek mythology, a place where the dead reside and it's not certain that it correlates to Hell as we understand it, per se.

EDIT: The scripture reference is 1 Pet 3:19-20:

19 After being made alive, he went and made proclamation to the imprisoned spirits — 20 to those who were disobedient long ago when God waited patiently in the days of Noah while the ark was being built.

I can't dig up the scriptural reference right now, but it is my recollection that Jesus preached the Gospel to the souls of those already departed in Hades, which is what the creed refers to. It's not that Jesus in any way suffered in Hades, but that he went there and released souls.

Also, Hades is, in Greek mythology, a place where the dead reside and it's not certain that it correlates to Hell as we understand it, per se.

EDIT: The scripture reference is 1 Pet 3:19-20:

19 After being made alive, he went and made proclamation to the imprisoned spirits — 20 to those who were disobedient long ago when God waited patiently in the days of Noah while the ark was being built.

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I can't dig up the scriptural reference right now, but it is my recollection that Jesus preached the Gospel to the souls of those already departed in Hades, which is what the creed refers to. It's not that Jesus in any way suffered in Hades, but that he went there and release souls.

Also, Hades is, in Greek mythology, a place where the dead reside and it's not certain that it correlates to Hell as we understand it, per se.

EDIT: The scripture reference is 1 Pet 3:19-20:

19 After being made alive, he went and made proclamation to the imprisoned spirits — 20 to those who were disobedient long ago when God waited patiently in the days of Noah while the ark was being built.

I can't dig up the scriptural reference right now, but it is my recollection that Jesus preached the Gospel to the souls of those already departed in Hades, which is what the creed refers to. It's not that Jesus in any way suffered in Hades, but that he went there and release souls.

Also, Hades is, in Greek mythology, a place where the dead reside and it's not certain that it correlates to Hell as we understand it, per se.

I can't dig up the scriptural reference right now, but it is my recollection that Jesus preached the Gospel to the souls of those already departed in Hades, which is what the creed refers to. It's not that Jesus in any way suffered in Hades, but that he went there and release souls.

Also, Hades is, in Greek mythology, a place where the dead reside and it's not certain that it correlates to Hell as we understand it, per se.

EDIT: The scripture reference is 1 Pet 3:19-20:

19 After being made alive, he went and made proclamation to the imprisoned spirits — 20 to those who were disobedient long ago when God waited patiently in the days of Noah while the ark was being built.

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I can't dig up the scriptural reference right now, but it is my recollection that Jesus preached the Gospel to the souls of those already departed in Hades, which is what the creed refers to. It's not that Jesus in any way suffered in Hades, but that he went there and release souls.

Also, Hades is, in Greek mythology, a place where the dead reside and it's not certain that it correlates to Hell as we understand it, per se.