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CONTACT INFORMATION: Dr. Larry Dixon 117 Norse Way Columbia, SC 29229 Tel. 803-201-9745 (cell) email@example.com Curricular Vitae: Teaching and Ministry Experience: Professor of Systematic Theology, Columbia International University Seminary & School of Missions, Columbia, SC. 1997- Present. Professor of Theology, Providence College, Manitoba, Canada. 1988-1997. Church Speaker, Open Brethren Assemblies. 1974- Present. Missionary to Berlin, Germany. International Teams. 1972-1974. Education: Ph. D.: Drew University, Madison, N.J. 1985. Dissertation: “The Pneumatology of John Nelson Darby (1800-1882).” M.Div.: Biblical Theological Seminary, Hatfield, PA. 1979. BA in Biblical Literature: Northeastern Bible College, Essex Fells, NJ. 1976. Bible Certificate: Emmaus Bible College, Dubuque, Iowa. 1971. Publishing History: When Temptation Strikes: Gaining Victory Over Sin (Christian Literature Crusade, 2008). DocWalk: Putting into Practice What You Say You Believe (Christian Focus, 2005). The Other Side of the Good News: Contemporary Challenges to Jesus’ Teaching on Hell (Christian Focus, 2003; first published in 1992 by Good News Publishers). DocTalk: A Fairly Serious Survey of All That Theological Stuff (Christian Focus, 2002). DocDevos: Ten-Minute Daily Devotionals on the Great Doctrines of the Christian Faith (Christian Publications/Scripture Press, 2002). Heaven: Thinking Now about Forever (Christian Publications/Scripture Press, 2002). Numerous articles for such publications as: The Evangelical Journal, The Emmaus Journal, Moody Magazine, etc. I also blog and have appeared on several Christian TV and radio programs to talk about my books. My passion is to make the doctrines of the Christian faith understandable and enjoyable. I often say, “Theology is not boring. Theologians are boring.”
Yes, sometimes it is important to read more about what we read when we read Rob Bell. This is one more response to Bell's Love Wins. Read morePublished on May 5, 2013 by Farisa
This is a fantastic critique of Rob Bell's book.
Please buy this book. I bought the Kindle version.
I'm now going to purchase the paperback as well, for various reasons.