Here is a philosophical question about heaven and hell. Assume for this question that there actually is a heaven and hell. This is merely a philosophical excercise – I am not arguing for or against the actual existence of such places.
Two people love each other a great deal. One is worthy of heaven (person A), the other is evil and is going straight to hell (person B).
If heaven is a perfect, happy place then person A, in order to be perfectly happy, needs to spend their blissful eternity with person B who they love very much – yet person B is now rotting in hell for the evil deeds they committed.
How can it be “heaven” for person A if the one person they truly loved in the world, person B, is never going to be with them?
I am sure heaven could “fake it” and create a replica of person B, but that wouldn’t be Person B and thus not “perfect” for Person A’s heavenly reward.
If they send person B from hell to heaven to make person A happy, then then person B gets out of their just punishment in hell.
Is there a solution to this heavenly conundrum?