I’m not sure how popular or unpopular Real Live Preacher is among my readers, but I usually find his perspective quite refreshing. He recently did a video series on hell, examining the traditional conservative evangelical view. He first asked his readers to give him all the verses in the New Testament (he argues the OT has little to nothing to say about hell) that have been used to argue for the existence of hell. Then he takes them all and lists them, giving brief context, the word used (i.e. Hades, Gehenna), and who the passage says will go to hell. In the third video, he gives his take on the issue, based on his study of the NT passages. And in the fourth and final video, he makes some suggestions.
His conclusion? 1. Very little specific can be said about hell using scripture; and 2. we spend far too much time sitting around deciding who will go to hell than we do simply loving our neighbours. He suggests, in a nutshell, that we should stop thinking about hell and whether or not our neighbour will go there and just be a loving neighbour.
There are 4 videos in the series: Part 1 (introduction/set up), Part 2 (the cold facts of the NT—the verses listed), Part 3 (RLP’s conclusions) and Part 4 (some further thoughts). I recommend it, even if in the end you disagree with it. (Each video is around 8 minutes long or less.)