Love Wins Isn’t Jewish Enough for Rob Bell

I like Love Wins. Actually, I love Love Wins. No, it isn’t a thorough theological treatment of the afterlife, but it certainly provokes important questions. The broad vision of the book is admirable and courageous. One of my favorite themes in this book is how Rob Bell points out that many people choose not to [Read More...]

Burn-them-all vs. Universalism: A false choice

Kurt’s Note: My friend Dan Martin who blogs over at Nailing it to the Door, submitted this guest post on the false dichotomy people set up for understanding Hell.  I agree with his basic premise and have outlined my view in the series “Hell Yes. Hell No! Or Who the Hell Cares?.” ————————————————————————————————————————————————- A common [Read More...]

Hell Yes. Hell No! Or Who the Hell Cares? (7 – My View: Purgatorial Conditionalism)

The following is part of a series on Hell, partially as a response to the Love Wins controversy.  To catch up, go here. As I stated in the first post, this section will be mostly based on Sharon Baker’s Razing Hell. ———————- As I’ve already stated, for some time the traditional view of hell contradicts [Read More...]

Hell Yes. Hell No! Or Who the Hell Cares? (5 – Razing Gehenna!)

The following is part of a series on Hell, partially as a response to the Love Wins controversy.  To catch up, go here. As I stated in the first post, this section will be mostly based on Sharon Baker’s Razing Hell. ——————- Hell Yes. Hell No! Or Who the Hell Cares? Razing Gehenna Sharon Baker [Read More...]


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