Hell may be defined as a place of eternal conscious punishment for unbelievers. In the New Testament, hell is the place where the reprobate exist after the resurrection and the final judgment. In this lake of fire God punishes the wicked, along with Satan and his henchmen (Matthew 25:41), bringing an end to evil. Gehenna is the standard term used for hell throughout the New Testament. Related phrases include “punishment of eternal fire” (Jude 7), “lake of fire” (Revelation 19:20; 20:14–15), and “judgment.” English versions occasionally translate Hades (Luke 16:23) and Tartarus (2 Peter 2:4) as hell. However, these terms appear to denote the intermediate state, a temporary spiritual abode of the dead until the judgment, not the final destiny of the wicked (Revelation 20:11–15; Matthew 12:40).