Hell in the Bible translates two Greek words, one is hades, which is the deathMay 17 2017 at 3:47 PM
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after we die and before we are resurrected, no consciousness whatsoever, and two is geenna, which is the death in the lake of fire, where the unrighteous will be burned up and perish forever, and will be ashes, Mal. 4:3, so eternal death. So in neither case is there suffering for ages, but instead death.
Thor in Norse mythology had no son who is known to have been resurrected, while the God of the Bible has one Son who died, was resurrected on the third day and was seen by over 500 witnesses alive again. People like the apostles and others who had known him and seen him alive after he was resurrected, were willing to die for reporting for what they saw, and many did die martyr's death for this. People are not willing to die for something they know is a fraud. Those people knew it is not a fraud. None of this was true of believers in Thor.