Quite frankly, I would never be wrong. I am just telling people what the Bible says. Indeed, it could have errors in it. I have not found any and I have been looking for a long long time. Perhaps you need to know what the Bible is to me and other professors of history. The Bible is (at the very least) just the collective writings of people who were earnestly seeking after God. It includes the traditional allegorical Creation story that I see as obviously not historical, but an excellent description of the relationship of mankind to God. It best explains why we need God. Without God, society usually decays and evil abounds. After that, the Bible tells the history of the Jewish people as they remembered it in oral tradition passed on from generation to generation. I suppose there is some way that it could be in error, but all archeological evidence found to date substantiates the Jewish history. There is no refutation from archeology. After that there are books of songs and poetry. The songs and poetry are beautiful when sung or read in Hebrew. Some of them are pretty darn good as translated into King James English. I am aware that in the translation some of the original intent could have been lost, so I usually look at multiple translations and even paraphrases if I am looking for content, but for the most part I like the linguistic art of those wonderful songs and poems just because they were and are so beautiful and I leave it at that. THEN COMES THE IMPORTANT PART, THE PROPHECY BOOKS! They start in the Old Testament and continue on through the Revelation of John. In the Middle of the Prophecy books are the New Testament historical books. They show many of the fullfilled Prophecies, so are just where they need to be. I look at the prophecies and see that they are coming true one after another exactly as predicted. That, to me, is very, very impressive. THE ONLY THINGS THAT HAVE NOT COME TRUE TO DATE ARE THE PROPHECIES FOR THE LAST DAYS. The Last Days are supposed to be the last seven years of the Earth and are also referred to as the Tribulation. Are we in the Last Days? I think so, but there is no way of knowing until one of the prophecies for the Last Days comes true. We could be over three years into the Last Days before we see that happen. You have to know what the prophecies for the last days are. Essentially, I am just waiting and looking, with both fear and anticipation. I believe in a Middle of the Tribulation rapture. Most Christians disagree with me, with the majority of them believing in a Pre Tribulation Rapture. Still, there is always the possibility that you could be correct and all of this is just foolishness. If you disagree with what it says in the Bible, and you are right, more power to you. Of course, if you are wrong, the Bible says you will die in your sins and suffer eternal separation from God and the Family of God. That, as best I can tell, is what Hell is, Eternal Separation. The Bible says very little about the Hell that all nonbelievers will be sent to after the Last Judgment. Remember that Hell is supposed to be an entirely different place than the place (Sheol) where souls wait prior to the Last Judgment. The Bible describes the Last Judgment Hell as Outer Darkness. So, as best I can tell, if you die and have refused to receive God into your life, you are banished from the presence of God for all eternity and you soul is sent to a place to be alone for all eternity in total absence of light. Just you and your thoughts for all eternity, no fellowship, no pot, no alcohol, NOTHING! IF that were me, I'd find the ON - OFF switch and turn OFF my thought process. Hopefully there is one somewhere on the soul.