How could a loving God send people to Hell? Will people have a chance after they die to believe in Jesus and go to heaven? With a humble respect for God’s Word, Francis Chan and Preston Sprinkle address the deepest questions you have about eternal destiny. They’ve asked the same questions. Like you, sometimes they just don’t want to believe in Hell. But, as they write, “We cannot afford to be wrong on this issue.”
This is not a book about who is saying what. It’s a book about what God says. It’s not a book about impersonal theological issues. It’s a book about people God loves. It’s not a book about arguments, doctrine, or being right. It’s a book about the character of God. Erasing Hell will immerse you in the truth of Scripture as, together with the authors, you find not only the truth but the courage to live it out.
©2011 Francis Chan, Preston Sprinkle (P)2011 Oasis Audio
Yes, but I enjoy listening to Francis Chan better than Sprinkle.
Not as much story/personal experiences that I could identify with. I was expecting another Crazy Love.
The authors begin the book by describing their intention to find the
Sprinkle did a fine job reading the book. He read clearly and was easy to follow.
It was a very typical understanding for the concept of hell. The biggest problem I see is a distinct lack of acknowledgement of Biblical hermeneutics, or Biblical interpretation. If you accept the authors' premise (unstated) that the Bible is the inerrant Word of God, thenheller argument is sound. It's not the only argument from this hermeneutical position, but it does work. However, if you reject the (unstated) hermeneutical premise, this argument is completely invalid.
Rob Bell does it again with Erasing Hell. Though he never actually states whether he believes there is or is not a hell, Rob puts forth a great deal of information regarding the subject. Is hell an actual place or is it merely a tool used by religion to control the masses?
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