It is Jesus Christ who warns in the strongest language possible of eternal damnation (especially for religious hypocrites and for people who love money - read Matthew chapter 16 & Luke chapter 16). Christians, however, cannot judge who will end up eternally damned. We can only warn of the reality of eternal damnation for those who mock Christ, God, and the Holy Spirit. Sometimes people don't see the difference between a warning and a threat. Given that no Christians can enact the sending of anybody into eternal damnation, that, in itself, ought to show that they can only warn.
As for squabbling with each other about what words 'really' mean - the Bible itself warns Christians not to do that. Yet it was already going on in the first century A.D. with some Christians! Hence this warning -
"If anyone teaches false doctrines and does not agree to the sound instruction of our Lord Jesus Christ and to godly teaching, he is conceited and understands nothing. He has an unhealthy interest in controversies and quarrels about words that result in envy, strife, malicious talk, evil suspicions and constant friction between men of corrupt mind, who have been robbed of the truth and who think that godliness is a means to financial gain." 1 Timothy 6:3-5
I make no excuses for those who squabble publicly about what the words of the Bible 'really' mean. But do not overlook the fact that false teaching (purporting to be biblical, but which rests on distortions of what the Bible really says) needs to be exposed publicly, to save people from being lured into the control of those false teachers. That was a problem that beset the first century Christian church and which has been gathering pace ever since. The Bible warns of false teachers and false gospels. Only by being thoroughly versed in what the Bible teaches can people be wise to the truth of God.
You will find that on a public forum like this, full of trolls, atheists, pseudo-Christians and God-haters, they are the ones trying to stir up contention. Do not believe that every answer or question purporting to be from a Christian is actually from a Christian.