Linguists and others skilled in Bible archeology all agree that the word Hell is not found in the original Bible text.
There isn’t “an original Bible text.” There are various manuscripts from which translations are derived. The word hades
and others are rendered as "hell" in various English translations of the Bible, as I’ve already pointed out.
And it is also widely know that Sheol Hebrew, Gehenna - Greek and Hades - Greek, all mean the same exact thing, the common grave.
These words have other meanings as well, as I’ve pointed out in regard to the word hades
This idea of a burning hell fire did not appear in their belief system until much later when they had been subjugated by the conquering Greeks under Alexander the Great and the Jews then began to disobey their God by compromising in the faith and taking on beliefs that appear no where in the writings of Moses or the prophets.
Sure, and this Greek influence is reflected in the Bible itself what with its references to hades
, a punishing, tormenting afterlife, etc., the texts having been written by Hellenic Jews and converted Gentiles.