A Book About Heaven, Hell, and the Fate of Every Person Who Ever Lived
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In Love Wins, bestselling author, international teacher, and speaker Rob Bell (Velvet Elvis, Drops Like Stars) addresses one of the most controversial issues of faith—hell and the afterlife—arguing, would a loving God send people to eternal torment forever?
Rob Bell is an electrifying, unconventional pastor whom Time magazine calls “a singular rock star in the church world,” with millions viewing his NOOMA videos.
With searing insight, Bell puts hell on trial with a hopeful message—eternal life doesn’t start when we die; it starts right now. And ultimately, Love Wins.
From Publishers Weekly
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It's about time!
A book like this is long overdue. Rob tackles questions about the Christian faith head on. I'll be reading this one again, even slower than the first time, to really let the content sink in.
Thanks for jumping out on the limb Rob, and daring to wrap words around what you suspect may be true. By this time you have been sufficiently maligned by the "band of older brothers" who could never imagine just how amazing God's grace might actually be. Courageous … GREAT news. A story that we can tell passionately.
Rob Bell has many ideas, unfortunately, they are only his own
One of the most important parts of this book is the preface where Bell states that there is no eternal place of torment. Since he claims to follow the Bible, I would like to know where he gets that idea.
Bell has a catchy writing style but is rather amateur in that he constantly writes short, terse sentences and they usually are small questions. This isn't a book that provides many, if any, answers. While most of the questions are indeed Leading Questions, they lead to personal ideas, not ideas that can be found in the Bible. This text is designed to market the Bible in a way that everyone can make Jesus be whoever they want him to be, rather than the actual person he is.