Pope Francis Says There Will Be NO HELL If Satan Repents After An Atheist Asked Him This Deep Question
Pope Francis is more like God’s representative on earth—it is said that he is connected to God than any human being and even at Vatican, he holds regular dinner sessions with God.
It is speculated that, once a year, a room is cleaned and decorated with white expensive garments—and dinner for two is set, with some of the oldest expensive wines for the Pope to dine with God.
Therefore, each year Pope Francis takes upon himself to interact with some of the opposing minds to settle the dust of confusing surround the might of God, Heaven and Hell, and the position of mankind in this universe.
During a school trip by the College of Physics of Scotland, a smart atheist student after listening to the Pope’s lecture on afterlife and why man must live a moral life as heaven and hell are real, the student asked Pope Francis this question;
What will happen if Satan repents?
Will there still be hell?
And won’t it be unjust, grossly unfair for God to deny Satan a right of redemption? God is just and He there not have instituted Satan just to get some of us to hell without any means of redemption for him.
According to CNN, after struggling to answer the question with several follow-ups from many of the physic students, Pope Francis said “having thought about this deeply, I believe there will be no HELL if Satan finally repents.”
He added “it will be unfair for God to put people in hell when the main person who led they astray will not be there or have repented. The glory and mercy of God is huge such that he can grant it to cover everyone in this scenario.”