It is true that I'm a naysayer when it comes to the indigestible content of the beliefs of others. But unlike your garden variety naysayer, I actually explain why nay is the appropriate response to the decidedly indigestible fare served up by our resident book deifiers.
The question is: Can souls in Hell be forgiven and saved and go to Heaven?
Just for the sake of argument, let's say that the answer is yes, and that you have been saved and pulled from the pits of Hell. Now, even if you bore no physical scars from the experience, the psychological damage from burning alive for any amount of time (without a water break) would be far beyond what even Jesus could heal on a Sunday afternoon after having rested all day Saturday. So in my opinion, it would be a pointless saving. You wouldn't be good for anything after an experience like that. You wouldn't even be you anymore, and your very presence in Heaven would no doubt bring everybody down.