As a person who believes in Jesus and the scriptures, I have encountered Christians who do not believe in devils, demons, Hell, and eternal punishment. That is despite these all being mentioned in the scriptures, even by Jesus, and devils and demons even being silenced and driven out by Jesus, and even the devil himself tempting Jesus.
I'd like to know what justification such Christians have for the stance which is most definitely not Biblical in its origin.
If you study the scriptures in respect of the words that Jesus spoke of, the two most common topics are the kingdom of Heaven and the kingdom of Hell. If you look at the killing of the first animal in Genesis by none other than Jesus Himself, you see him visually show humans that the price of sin is death. And that is why sin has to be paid for by blood. When the temporary sacrificial system for sin was introduced by God to the Hebrew people, it was to show people that sin is a very serious matter that leads to actual death.