Much discussion of the text is provoked by a clause within the Apostles’ Creed: “He [Jesus] descended into hell.” This clause, the Descensus ad Infernos, was not in the earliest manuscripts of the creed.
Calvin and others would not speak of a later descent or a descent between death and resurrection because at the end of His time on the cross, our Lord said, “It is finished.” He used the word tetelestai, a word drawn from the commercial language of the day indicating that the final payment had been made.
In His dying breath Jesus said, “Father, into Your hands I commit My spirit” (Luke 23:46).
if you believe in duality rather than in trichotomy, there is no part of Jesus that could have been in hell between the cross and the resurrection, because the Scriptures make it clear where He was.