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Mark Galli has written an excellent book in response to Rob Bell's Love Wins.
Galli unflinchingly engages with the content of Bell's book, graciously pointing out the points where he agrees with Bell.
Bell explicitly states he wrote Love Wins in order to get people to think, not necessarily to draw a line in the sand.
I was excited to receive this book. Enjoyed it until Mark Galli claimed there was NO REAL DEVIL. That he was not a being. But rather Satan is a bad deed or bad action. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Rosie
If God is love, and God wins… doesn't that mean that love wins? Why is Mark Galli so committed to the notion that God can "win" without winning the hearts of people through... Read morePublished 10 months ago by J. Scott
This book responds to a (liberal) pastor who says a loving God would not allow hell to exist. However, God is more than loving and his attributes do not compete against each other. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Paul Allen
Rob Bell wrote a very damaging book that needed to be answered. Mark Galli has a written a very detailed answer. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Robert W Harsh
This is an incredible book! The author's points are really interesting and compelling. I originally purchased this book to see a counter-opinion to Love Wins by Rob Bell, but now I... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Notsabrina
Thought this book did a great job of explaining how the biblical story meshes with the stories in Love wins. Both books are good, but together they are great!Published 17 months ago by Horton Miller
I differ from the others who posted one-star reviews of this book, in that I do believe in hell. However, there are much better books on this important subject, notably Francis... Read morePublished on December 30, 2012 by Namyriah
This book is a critique of 'Love Wins', but approaches the subject thoughtfully and respectfully. It does not go point by point, but then that would be impossible,because 'Love... Read morePublished on November 24, 2012 by Steve