Is There a Second Chance for Salvation After Death? – Mark Driscoll on hell

In a recent sermon on Heaven and Hell based on the shocking parable of the Rich man and Lazarus found in Luke 16. Driscoll was at his pastoral and passionate best. His love for his hearers, and desire to warn them of important truth is very clearly seen in this talk. I think it is one of his best sermons. He speaks about the parable of the rich man and Lazarus, and how between heaven and hell, “a great chasm has been fixed, in order that those who would pass . . may not be able, and none may cross.”

You have to ask yourself, do you agree with Jesus Christ on this subject?

I urge you to follow the link and read, hear or watch the sermon, or at least see the following clip which addresses a very topical question. It is important you know where you stand on this matter:
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  • john

    Maybe he says the truth and nothing but hopefully. But his claim that “i’m telling the truth and everyone else is wrong”. Makes me question him. The only one I would accept this claim from is jesus. But thankfully Jesus, although a bit demanding, was much more humble.

  • john

    By the way, I don’t mean to judge, and I am sorry if it appears that way. I am just stating why I am questioning some of his words.