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The uproar is understandable. Bell has a habit of asking hard questions. He also has a tendency to not provide definitive answers to the hard questions he asks. And when those questions concern the issues of heaven and hell and the possibility of universal salvation...well, the sacrificial fat is clearly sizzling on the altar.
It is hard to pin down Bell's position and I am strangely OK with that. I suspect the reason is because these are some very complex questions and the Bible is somewhat lacking in absolute clarity. Where the Bible is lacking in absolute clarity we extrapolate dogma at our own risk. Honestly, when it comes to eternal things I think the Bible gives us the best picture we can possibly process from our finite frame of reference. Sometimes that picture seems confusing because things that seem exclusive of each other in this world can actually be essential to each other in the various dimensions of eternity. (What sense does it make in this world to die in order to live?)
Do heaven and hell exist? Of course they do, and Bell would be one of the first to assert their reality. He does have a little different take on what, and when, heaven and hell are but he certainly doesn't deny their existence. Far from making them smaller and less meaningful he actually makes them bigger and more meaningful.Read more ›
I applaud Rob for taking a risk and writing about this extremely important, touchy, weighty, and often not talked about topic. It is a topic upon which Evangelicals are underdeveloped in their thinking. In writing about this topic publicly Rob gives us permission to talk more freely with each other about it.
The more thinking and study of this topic the more we will be careful in our sometimes overly simplistic views or verbal slams against others.
Bell writes, "I've written this book because the kind of faith Jesus invites us into doesn't skirt the big questions." Amen. Completely agree.
The book is favulous, compelling writing. Bell paints pictures, turns a phrase ("It's as if we're currently trying to play the piano with oven mitts"), illustrates, and illuminates the biblical text in a way few others can.
He clearly sets the gospel in its cosmic framework, not just its human salvation framework. Jesus came not only to save sinners, but to redeem the world--every atom. He articulates a gospel that transforms trees as well as people. This is a good thing and should stretch Evangelicals to understand what Colossians is getting at when it says, "This is the gospel that you heard and that has been proclaimed to every creature under heaven" (Colossians 1.23). "A gospel that leaves out its cosmic scope will always feel small." (p. 135) Agreed.Read more ›
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I always see Rob Bell's point of view interesting and good point to start new conversations. I don't always agree on some of his points but I'll explore or give it change. Read morePublished 19 hours ago by ashley
I recommend this book not only as an easy read, but also as a personally challenging one in which you will reflect on your own thoughts as you read those in this book.Published 16 days ago by sespivey
I want to recognize Rob as an extremely gifted poet/author and someone that I have looked up to since Drop Like Stars. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Jordan Daley
Turns traditional Bible-interp doctrine in a new direction. Fascinating!Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Uplifting but not entirely scripturally accurate. Overall it has a positive message and was enjoyable to read.Published 2 months ago by Nancy B. Williamson
Even though he is andwering the right questions, the answers are vague, sometimes empty. His explanation of hell uses language too dark that can leave you feeling like there is no... Read morePublished 2 months ago by D@KC
Where ego and self-awareness over rule sound doctrine and scripture. Sorry Rob...you screwed this one up.Published 2 months ago by Airborne Cressler
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|If I bought hardback, why is Kindle edition so much?||
My guess is this: the publisher wants to make a lotta money!
Apr 3, 2011 by MeInTheWoods | See all 3 posts
|It's March 15th where is my book||
did you sync and check for items as you will only get items that you ordered in this way
Mar 19, 2011 by Heather Mulvihill | See all 2 posts
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