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D.P. Walker ↠ 0 Free read Doctrine But a fundamental reason for the long triumph of hell was the firm and almost universal belief in its value as a deterrent in this life It was thought that if the fear of eternal punishment were removed most people would behave without any moral restraint whatever and that society would collapse into an anarchical orgy it was claimed that only criminals and debauchees could have any motive for uestioning the doctrine”..