When referring to the firey underworld, there's no hard rule. Some capitalize it, but others don't—if you're seeing it capitalized, it's likely in a religious text. The AP Style Guide (not exactly a religious text) doesn't capitalize it, for what it's worth. But when referring to Hell, Michigan, absolutely! Respect that town like you would any other.
I dont think anyone can say what heaven is like, all we can go from is what it says in The Bible and capitalisim doesnt come into it lol.
It should be a place of rest, peace and love, no pain or suffering, no-one betters each other, I doubt very much there will be any money! Money causes war, greed and a whole lot of other annoying complecated things that could be easily avoided.
I dont think we should should worry too much on what it will be like in heaven, just concentrate on the life you are living now,are you helping as many people as you can ?
Just try and live a great life on earth for God :)
The question is asking if the H in heaven is capitalized. Not if there is money in heaven. This issue is dependent upon how you view the subject. If you use it as a lowercase it refers it to being just a location, such as, home, school, mall, theater, concert hall, and tavern, that are broad generalizations that are not anywhere in specific. To refer to it as Heaven, is calling it a specific place that is formally identified, such as, I am moving to the West, I think I will visit Idaho or Oregon, France is a country, etc.
well it I think Heaven and Hell is capitalized because they are places
The word hell is not usually capitalized.
It depends when you use it.
They usually are capitalised as place names.
The words that words should be capitalized in this list are:HawaiiNebraskaMount McKinleyToyotaIBM CorporationThe words that words should NOT be capitalized in this list are:cattlepicturecaralligatorscomputerThe one word in this list that can be disputed is:heavenMost often, the word heaven should NOT be capitalized. However, some parents have named a daughter Heaven, which should be capitalized. Also, if you attend Catholic schools, they often require students to capitalize the word Heaven (and Hell). However, in all other schools, it would be heaven (and hell).
To Heaven from Hell was created in 1997.
You can in heaven but not in hell
No, it shouldn't. In writing in or for religious communities, they expect Heaven, Hell, and Purgatory to be capitalized. But in general writing, it isn't unless it is part of a proper noun phrase. Example:In "Heaven Awaits Me" I wrote about my near death experience of visiting heaven.I was in chocolate heaven when we ate dessert at Heaven's Delights.
Yes, Christians believe in heaven and hell.
yes, heaven, hell, and God is real
The pope has reaffirmed that both Heaven and Hell do exist.
You can only die on earth, and neither in heaven nor hell, because in hell, you have to endure eternal fire, while in heaven, eternal life.
Both heaven and hell are both a state. Heaven means the presence of God while hell is contrary to it. This world can be a heaven or a hell depending to our choice being made. if we chose to live without having God in us, then we are creating this world a hell.
a term used to express the word hell... hell is the opposite of heaven and the said place to go if you die and don't go to heaven. a term used to express the word hell... hell is the opposite of heaven and the said place to go if you die and don't go to heaven.
when you die the son of man judges you to either heaven or hell.