I differ with you slightly, God did not predestine anyone to hell. God gave mankind a free choice as to how they wanted to live their lives here on earth and it was by their own choice to choose the path to hell, Psalms 53:2-3. It was God's choice, by his sovereign grace, without the help of man, to save some of mankind to eternal heaven.
Summaries are difficult things. The world is separate from God, allowed to go its own way
within certain restrictions. The problem with knowledge of good and evil without communion with God
we are doomed. It is like giving a child a loaded gun. But I think this is the eternal dilemma, the only
way you will get saints is allowing man free will and choice, and a few will respond.
This does though put forward a picture of hell and torture for eternity for a fate people could not avoid.
But I mitigate this with a belief it is actually destruction of disfunctional people who get lost and broken
along the way, so there is nothing left, just a husk. But then that is what we are, just potentials of eternity,
not actualised, unless we open up to the Lord.
And is love so poor that none should be given the opportunity to taste and see?
This is the sense of the lake of fire is the conclusion, or else you have a view hell is over flowing with
tortured individuals while heaven is full of the few saints. But look at Israel and its history. It is mostly
rebellious idolatrous individuals living their own way. Why does one have to resolve this question?
Because children, the ignorant, those without the capability to understand yet are fully human, how can
they be guilty? Jesus's answer is destruction, but they tasted life and enjoyed that which they could.
Some have said such a view means atheists get off ok, they get what they wanted.
How can anyone compare eternity with Christ, with total destruction, while being completely flawed and
empty. There is only one place to be, with the Lord, Amen.