Something we keep seeing repeated over and over concerning Russell is that the denied the Bible doctrine of hell. In reality, he did not deny the Bible doctrine of hell, but rather he upheld and defended what the Bible said about hell, as opposed to what self-proclaimed orthodoxy would have us imagine and assume on the scriptures. What Russell denied was the added-on so-called "orthodox" view of hell, which is not found in the Bible, except that one use the great spirit of human imagination in order to "see" that doctrine in the Bible.
Some of Russell's works in which he presented the Bible doctrine of hell as distinguished from the man's self-proclaimed orthodoxy which would add heathen mythology to the Bible.
The Subject of the Atonement - Man
What Saith the Scripture About Hell?
Adam Went to the Bible Hell
Christ's Ascension From Hades
Yahoo Search of Russell's Works for the Expression "Bible Hell"
We have expanded on Russell's findings, giving more detail and refuting some of the arguments of those who wish to uphold adding to and blending into Scripture the Hellenistic mythology. See:
Hell in the Bible - What Does the Bible Really Say About Hell (A Brief Outline with Scriptures)
Examining the Word "Hell"
Links to some sites that are making this claim (we do not agree with claims made on these sites): 1 * 2 * 3 * 4 * 5