I feel nothing towards it because it as ridiculous as heaven to me. If you believe in God then you have to believe in the Devil and if you believe in heaven then you have to believe in hell. If you don't believe in religion (like me) then they are all myths that don't exist.
Neither, it just is. Some who do not believe in an eternal Hell have philosophical or theological arguments for their position, I believe they ultimately reject the doctrine of Hell because they find it to be unfair. This certainly is a question that needs attention: does the punishment fit the crime? God is a God of all perfections, including justice and virtue. If God's infinite character defines what is right or wrong, then what we do wrong (our sin) is ultimately a slam against God. God's infinite character defines right and wrong (lying is wrong because God is Truth.) (cont in comments)
if you dont believe in hell ...read the book of revelations and wonder how someone that many years ago could tell you things that was going to happen today. the ones that dont believe... dont want to believe. i seen a video just days ago about the last days..most of the things GOD says must happen...has already! happened..or happening at this very moment
I'm a Christian and I know there is no such thing as hell where people burn and burn. I believe that when someone dies they fall asleep in death where there is nothing. Ezekiel 18:4 say when you die the soul dies.
This has often been the case throughout history. But to dismiss all believers as superstitious? I've been a believer all of my life, and truly, I doubt that I am any more superstitious than you are. Then there is the fact that people have used anything, not just religion, to manipulate others. If you have done any extensive research on "global warming", you would know what I mean. I'm not saying there is none, but the evidence has been twisted and used to create fear in the minds of people beyond what the facts would justify. There has been a great deal of disinformation and "one-sided" presentation of evidence in regard to that. Most people in every worldview just believe what they have been taught. Only a minority in every worldview actually do any extensive research of either their own or any other worldview. I have found that those who are the most "zealous", in every case, are those who have studied the least. Zealots do not question their beliefs, and that is to their detriment.
Suffering Job prayed to be "concealed in Sheol," Jonah referred to the belly of the fish as Hell (Sheol.) He was as good as dead. Jesus went to Hell (Hades) for 3 days. Being dead and "conscious of nothing at all" (Ecclesiastes 9:5) is better than being impaled on a stake (Stauros.) However, most hate death. 1 Co 15:26 calls it an "enemy" adding it will be "brought to nothing." Re 21:4 says "death will be no more." Re 20:14 says: "Death and Hades were hurled into the lake of fire. This means the second death the lake of fire." meaning final end. Death and Hades (the grave) will be done away with completely, like fire disintegrates wood. what I think of Hell is that I don't want to die. But if I do, I will be resurrected as Re 20:13 says: "death and Hades gave up those dead in them" and elsewhere the Bible says there will be a resurrection of righteous and unrighteous (unrighteous will have a fresh start.) Now if your question meant, what do I think about the pagan-inspired Hellfire, I hate the idea of torture. Even criminals are executed humanely. Are we better than God? Fortunately God is merciful and wouldn't do that.
If you are referring to the absence of God: I regret the actions of Man that made separation from God possible and pity those who choose such a fate.
If you are referring to the "Lake of fire" that the Devil will be thrown into, along with his servants: I pity the foolish angel who considered himself above God, and when disproved, sought to corrupt the followers of his Creator.