Yes. I am saying eternal agony is not just. And since I believe God is just, as the Bible teaches, Hell is a myth.
We are eternal spiritual beings, existing into eternity. Our life on this earth is, if you will, a practice for eternity. God is a God of love, but also a God of justice. We are born to sin but God provides Jesus death and resurrection on the cross as a full substitutional blood atonement for our sins, if we accept Him as our Lord and Saviour. He pursues us all of our lives, seeking to have a relationship with us. Those who accept Him, will spend eternity in His presence.
You say that eternal agony is not just. Would it be just then, for a God who has pursued a person all of their life, but is been continuously spurned all of their life, to force that person to spend eternity in His presence? Would that not cause even more 'agony'? In His mercy, He has created hell for such people, a place devoid of any hope, joy, gladness, etc., a place without Him. As they chose to avoid a relationship with Him during their life on earth, He allows the continuance of the non-relationship as a mercy to that person.
From your comments, I sense some leavening in your interpretation of the Bible so I have to ask, is your handle, DManA, pronounced 'Demon Eh'?
Sez who? Just is whatever God says is just. And God warns us repeatedly that hell is eternal agony.