Re: Hell and outer darkness, are they the same?
Translations for "Hell":
Sheol/Hades - the grave, death, physical place where the body goes.
Tartarus - a vaguely described quarantine zone for the "angels that sinned."
Gehenna - the place where all who sin are inevitably destroyed by fire after judgment.
Sheol/Hades applies to man, everyone goes there.
Tartarus applies to angels, the "angels who sinned" go there (possibly the lost too?)
Gehenna applies to man and angel, everyone with sin goes there.
So, based on the above:
Matt 8:12 = Gehenna
Matt 22:13 = Gehenna (metaphor)
Matt 25:30 = Gehenna (metaphor)
Matt 25:41 = Gehenna
Matt 25:46 = Gehenna
I don't think "outer darkness" is a specific part of Gehenna, I think it is Gehenna.
Jesus stood up and said to her, “Woman, where are they? Has no one condemned you?” She said, “No one, Lord.”
And Jesus said, “Neither do I condemn you; go, and from now on sin no more.”