Richard Beck is blogging about “Hellbound?”

More specifically, he’s blogging about some issues that came up during the Q&A session following our screening of Hellbound? at Abilene Christian University last week. Seeing as these sorts of issues have come up at a number of screenings, it’s well worth your time to read these short posts. Especially if you’re prone to reject Universalism out of hand as somehow “un-biblical.” You can start with part one here.

About Kevin Miller

Kevin Miller is an award-winning screenwriter, director and producer who has applied his craft to numerous documentaries, feature films and shorts. Recent projects include "The Chicken Manure Incident," "Hellbound?," "Drop Gun," "No Saints for Sinners," "spOILed," "Sex+Money," "With God On Our Side," "Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed," "After..." and the upcoming biopic "The Divine Comedy of Thomas Merton." In addition to his work in film, Kevin has written, co-written and edited over 45 books. He lives in Kimberley, BC, Canada with his wife and four children.

  • Lothar Lorraine

    Hello Kevin I have heard your excellent interview by Randal Rauser and was impressed. However I am unconvinced on philosophical grounds, because if people are truly free some of them are going to reject God.

    This is why I strongly tend towards anihilationism.

    I’m going to watch Hellbound soon and will post a review on my blog.

    Lovely greetings in Christ.

    • Kevin Miller

      Thanks. I would put it this way Lothar: Encountering God isn’t like encountering a proposition that we have to decided whether or not to believe. It’s more like encountering a sunset. No one can be or needs to be forced to appreciate such a thing. It’s a natural response to an encounter with beauty. If we do encounter God post-mortem, that is how I imagine it to be, hence my hope that all people will recognize the truth. Richard Beck expounds on this idea here: