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"Klassen is to be commended for writing this book. What he has done so well is examine carefully all significant references to hell in the Old and New Testaments and shown that none provides clear evidence of the existence of hell as commonly understood." --Peter J. Dyck's latest book is Getting Home Before Dark
"Readers will be encouraged to focus on the grace of Jesus Christ, a grace not complete until the last sheep is found (Matt. 18) and the lost son comes home (Luke 15)." --Robert K. Johnston, Professor of Theology and Culture, Fuller Theological Seminary
"This book resourcefully speaks to the fundamental questions that quite likely will draw readers to it, and in the process shows us all how serious and useful biblical interpretation can be done. " --Nancy R. Heisey, Associate Professor of Biblical Studies and Church History, Eastern Mennonite University; President-Elect, Mennonite World Conference
"As always in Klassen's work, the note of hope sounds clear and there is logic in the approach, buttressed by his searching of Scripture. There is boldness about it which is a great gift to the church: he presses readers to deal with the issue, whatever they may conclude." --Jim Hawkinson, former editor, The Covenant Companion; Executive Secretary, Covenant Publications
"Is hell real? Klassen's response to this challenging question steers clear of a pat answer." --Rev. Evelyn Johnson, Conference Superintendent, Pacific Southwest Conference, Evangelical Covenant Church
Even if one doesn't agree with everything any theologian has to say, there is no denying the keen scriptural observations that Randy Klassen makes in this great read. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Ted Roberts
Randy Klassen approaches the challenging and unpopular topic of hell with a pastor's heart and a clear conviction of the inspiration and authority of scripture. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Chad Wible
What Does The Bible Really Say About Hell?
The author begins the book proper (on page 31 after a forward, a preface, acknowledgements and a chapter 1 on his personal... Read more
Klassen's tone and selfless sincerity are a perfect match for tackling such a timeless and treacherous teaching. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Bystander
It was a pleasure to read this! Randy writes in an easy to follow style, without all the fancy theological words. In other words no bull here. Read morePublished on March 22, 2009 by Goldencat
This author is the typical Universalist. He pulls scriptures out of the context to prove his point. He also ignores many scriptures that contradict his opinion. Read morePublished on May 9, 2008 by W. J. Hankins
Is it odd to you that the 2 negative reviews were posted on the same day?
Anyway, excellent book, well researched and would fit with most mainline and traditional... Read more
This book is about the best book I've read dealing with true Biblical interpretation. This is what the Fundies, that are giving it a bad rateing, don't understand. Read morePublished on April 5, 2006 by The Ghost Hunter