eh - you made a statement about the Bible in the OP. Back it up, or admit you were full of it, again.
And what statement did you imagine me making?
It is also clear that Christians believe that Hindus and the anti-Christ (some say the Pope) will go to hell.
This is the thread to compare the verses of the Koran and Bible vis-a-vis unbelievers going to hell.
Let's look at the passages from the Bible and Koran that say 'Hindus go to hell' and then conclude which of the books actually say unbelievers go to hell.
Are these Christians wrong to believe that Hindus and the Pope will go to hell? If they are, show us the Biblical reference.
Let's look at the passages first off and then decide. Where does the Bible and Koran say Hindus go to hell?
If Hindus are polytheists/pagans, then we can substitute Hindu for the previous terms and draw the conclusion that the Bible/Koran says Hindus are hellbound.
I've merely said that for now, it would be an argument from silence to say Hindus go to hell according to the Bible if we are not presented with verses that actually say Hindus are sent to hell.
I don't see any difference between the Biblical descriptions of hell and who goes to it (sinners, bad place) and the Quranic description (sinners, bad place).
The difference is that in the Koran, unbelief = sinning. The Koran is quite clear that unbelievers are sent to hell if they hear the message of Islam and do not convert. The Koran is also clear that polytheists/pagans are hellbound regardless of ever hearing the message of Islam - v.2:62 only refers to monotheists who have not yet heard the message of Islam, they will be judged by their works and faith.
You seem to be arguing that the Quran talks about life after death more than the Bible does
I think I've been clearly saying is that the Koran talks more about unbelievers being sent to hell than the Bible does.
I see you want to twist that as 'arguing that the Koran talks about life after death more than the Bible'.
fewer descriptions of a fiery hell doesn't make hell less unpleasant, does it?
We also have to look at the sins that send people to hell. The Koran includes unbelief as one of these sins and states clearly that unbelievers will be sent to hell numerous times.
Do you disagree?