If some people are in hell, and you believe that Christ died for everyone,
* then Christ died for those in hell. Then His sacrifice was insufficient to save them.
* then God is unjust, committing double jeopardy, because a person's sins are judged once at the cross, and then again in hell.
If no people are in hell,
* then you reject what the Bible clearly teaches, and have asserted the Universalism heresy.
Your only logical choice is to believe that
* Jesus died for all the sins of some people.
* Those not included in the category of "those He died for" are they who populate hell.
Christianity. The thinking faith.
~ Rak Chazak