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Product Details

  • Paperback: 432 pages
  • Publisher: East2West Press (September 1, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0983430314
  • ISBN-13: 978-0983430315
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 1 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #183,550 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"The book is a real mental workout, and I like how you work so hard to get readers to look at both sides of the issue. So many of us are used to creating straw men out of those with whom we disagree that we find a balanced approach difficult to work through. . . . I am blown away by the subject and am really enjoying it . . . and learning a lot." --John Evans

"Wow, John, you're bolder than I thought!" --Mary Erickson

"Sheer arrogance. No one before has understood God's plan until you . . . came on the scene." --Roderick Edwards

"I hope this message gains momentum in spite of its controversy. Of course any biblical correction will be controversial. . . . I'm so excited that this message is getting out." --Dana Salsbury

"You are the best person I know to have addressed this subject. I will order a copy." --Larry Siegle

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FB#1 - "I heard Jesus talked more about hell than he did about heaven. Hmmmm....."

Noe - "Here's what Jesus literally said about `hell' - NOTHING !!!"

FB#2 - "`Gehenna' and `Hell' are one and the same by the way. It was the pit outside the walls of Jerusalem where garbage and bodies were tossed - and burned. It made for a great analogy of the spiritual condition of those who did not have the faith of Christ, both then and now."

Noe - "Want to bet ???"

FB#3 - "I agree John, so what is the final destiny of the wicked?"

Noe - "Lake of Fire and, perhaps, heaven."

FB#1 - "I'm confused by that John. Are you saying that the LOF is the same as heaven? Can you define what the Lake of Fire is for me? I am very interested in this John."

Noe - "One word - God."

FB#4 - "AWESOME! CANNOT WAIT."

FB#1 - "Ok, what happens to the wicked when they return to God? And what happens to the righteous? I agree that every spirit returns to God."

Noe - "The last chapter describes several different and possible scenarios. It is titled, `The Postmortem Experience.'"

FB#1 - "Can you tell me here?"

Noe - "Too much for here. That's why I wrote this 432-page book. It's unique, as you will discover."

FB#5 - "I will be ordering. Your last book was dynamite." - (The Perfect Ending for the World)

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For serious Bible students, this book is a must.
Jonathan P. Mitchell
You will be too as you study and read TONS of Scripture (Noe is very stringent on the integrity of the Word).
R. Benton Ruth
Plus, it ignite my fire for good news about God's LOVE.
James Burks

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Jack on November 27, 2011
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Didn't really think I would like the book, "Hell Yes - Hell No!" and thus did not purchase one. However, a friend insisted I read his copy and I did. Finished it yesterday and have told other friends about it. Ordered my own copy today to lend to others as need arises.

First off right out of the box it is well written. It has a sense of humor that is contagious. I had agreed with the "Hell No" part for many years. What I found most compelling about the book is summed up in one word, "introspective."

I can not recall reading any book that made me look at myself more than this one did. I had to think hard about my attitude, and the belief's that are at the root of it. For me the best part was Noe's dealing with degrees of reward and punishment. While Preterism has softened a good deal of my former hardness, this book has made me rethink my attitude even more. I can best sum it up with my worship this morning. I sang the song, "When We All Get To Heaven" with a totally new heart and voice. Did I agree with everything in the book? "Hell no!" Did 90% of it inform me with new thoughts and set me on a path of serious meditation? "Hell Yes!"

Well done John, and may God bless you for all the ugly wrath that will certainly pour forth upon you from many quarters because of this book.

Jack Gibbert
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Fred 'amateur thologian' on October 10, 2011
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Noe's full-length book on hell is a careful, humble and scholarly read about this important debate going on within the Christian community. Full Disclosure: After studying this subject for several years, I am persuaded the Bible teaches the resoration of "all that died in Adam, the same ALL will be given spiritual life in Jesus Christ". Following Talbott, Klassen, & Bonda before him, Noe does a great job teaching this Pauline (Universalist position, IMHO) theme of the Adam-Christ parallel in Romans & Corinthians, even though his official position is positively centered around the Romans 11:33-36 mystery, period. I respect Noe for this. He's honest. This is so refreshing! I wish I could say the same for some in the Exclusivist camp, who say, "Yes, you really can't escape the fact that the Romans passages say "all means all in the Adam to Christ group", but them turn around and say, "But the Bible says over here, e.g. 2 Thess 1:8-9, that it just can't be because of 'eternal destruction' passages. Noe calls them out on this eisegetical dance (Murray, Moo) when they say the text can't mean what it obviously says, so they reinterpret the 'all in all' texts to say only those that receive Christ by faith. This is no longer acceptable. Noe has issued a summons to do some exegetical homework on this subject, e.g. study Ghenna topic & how long is 'eternal destruction' for starters. And, while you're at it, don't be so confident you know what you're talking about all the time. Translated: be humble, not arrogant -- and so cock sure your so right on this issue!Read more ›
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By R. Benton Ruth on September 23, 2011
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FINALLY, an honest, scholarly work by an Evangelical-Conservative Christian!!!

After 20 years of intense study, Dr. John Noe has blessed us with a provocative study of HELL without taking just one position on the matter. Noe's style is to research in depth every shred of material on every position possible (maybe a little overstated) and then synthesize all positions in a positive and negative format. Then, he requests that you evaluate and VOTE on each position. Most interesting format!!
Four years ago, Noe presented his study to the "Thursday morning Bible study" (the group he mentions in the book). We listened, discussed and voted. The results shocked all of us. You will be too as you study and read TONS of Scripture (Noe is very stringent on the integrity of the Word). This most valuable study also releases the reader to have a deeper appreciation for the Grace of God and how God desires to LOVE us into the Kingdom of God--here and NOW.

This book is not for the opinionated person who relies solely on what he has been taught (most of which is warped by bad theology and human distortions of the revealed WORD of God. It is not for the faint of heart who will not be open to the guidance of the Holy Spirit!!! In using the Berean Method (searching the Word to see if these things are true), the reader will come to a wider and deeper love of how God has revealed Himself in CHRIST through history.
Reader, be prepared to study the Bible like you never have. One reader related to Noe that he had spent weeks just reading all the Scriptures stated and found a new level of understanding---a level that the Church will never take (because the Church does not seek TRUTH but allows only the support of their man-made teachings and doctrines).
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan P. Mitchell on October 26, 2011
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I concur with the six previous, positive reviews. John Noe's approach to this topic is even-handed and gives the reader a chance to use his or her own mind and spirit to reach an informed conclusion. The 374 pages are a good read for anyone that is interested in the Christian church's teachings about "hell" (a mistranslation, used for three different Greek words in the NT, as Noe points out) and God's judgments. You will find his research to be thorough, and the historical information which he presents on the early Christian beliefs about these things may surprise you.

I have read quite a few books about hell and judgment over the past 50 years, and John Noe's presentation is among the best. For a solution to the debate he presents a 7-point Synthesis, which you will find interesting. I have already recommended this book to my friends and to my readers. For serious Bible students, this book is a must.

Jonathan Mitchell, MA
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John Noe (pronounced "No-ee") is president of the Prophecy Reformation Institute, a conservative, evangelical scholar, and a member of the Evangelical Theological Society. He holds an earned Ph.D. in Theology from Trinity Theological Seminary and the University of Liverpool ("With Distinction"). He's the author of several trade-published books, a screenwriter, an award-winning entreprenuer, and a past 20-year member of the National Speakers Association. He's been featured on numerous TV and radio programs including CNN's "Larry King Live" and CBN's "700 Club," has climbed mountains around the world, and lives in Indianapolis with his wife, Cindy, a former state representative. They have two grown children and thirteen grandchildren -- how's that for a return on investment! He is also the publisher of East2West Press whose slogan is "pioneering the next reformation."

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