Well, that's all well and good if you are planning on going to heaven, or is it? I had to wonder if he believed that heaven was a literal place he had his mind wrapped around. He seemed to look at it as if Jesus changed that mentality with love and grace, but I don't see how he could overlook Jesus Himself saying that hell was a place of worms and fire in Mark 9:44, Mark 9:46, and Mark 9:48 "Where the worm dies not, and the fire is not quenched." Even if he was using the NIV Bible, which admittedly leaves out verses 44 and 46, because of the repetition, it still says it in 48. Maybe he was applying the 5 second rule here, where if it wasn't repeated long enough it couldn't hurt you. :)
No harm done, and my evening wasn't wasted, because I was already in the middle of an Audible version of the book The Screwtape Letters, by C.S. Lewis. I read the book years ago and still have it, but I don't read as much anymore, preferring audio version. This story is a classic, and is a collection of witty letters that are supposed to be from Uncle Screwtape, a Senior Demon in Hell, to his nephew Wormwood, a Junior Demon in training. The book is a comedy in a way, based on the idea that people have demons assigned to them to bring them down to "Our Father Below" just like they have guardian angels. Screwtape is giving Wormwood advice to help him tear his man down in each letter. The thoughts you gather from listening in on these private letters are very original and thought-provoking. It is well worth buying in any format. I am sharing links below for this as well as another favorite audio cd of mine.
You can find out about the Focus on the Family Dramatization of the book on their website.