No Hell Below Us: Evangelical Pastor Stirs Theological Turmoil with New Afterlife Arguments

In the past Moriel has reckoned Rob Bell to be just another of the false teachers deceiving the church that the Lord warned would arise in The Last Days. He has unfortunately since become what Steve Chalk is in the UK, an arch instrument of Satan in spiritually seducing Christian youth with his “pseudo hip pseudo theology”.,   This doctrinally ignorant figure is as dangerous as he is deluded.

Posted on March 6, 2011 at 10:31am by Jonathon M. Seidl Jonathon M. Seid
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“All dogs go to Heaven,” the classic kids movie suggests. But do all people, no matter what they do or don’t believe?

That’s the question haunting the evangelical Christian community after a young pastor released a video detailing an upcoming book challenging orthodox views on Heaven and hell “” a book some prominent Christian leaders are calling heresy.

The book is Love Wins: A Book About Heaven, Hell, and the Fate of Every Person Who Ever Lived. Its author, Rob Bell, has a knack for pushing the envelope and is somewhat of a theological rock star among hip evangelicals. With his rectangle, black-rimmed glasses, his widely popular and artfully-crafted NOOMA videos, and his church-wide art shows, he appeals to a younger audience often searching to challenge the faith of its parents and push Christian societal norms. He’s controversial. Love Wins is no exception.

Why? If the title didn’t give it away, the book’s description will.

“[In Love Wins] Bell addresses one of the most controversial issues of faith “” the afterlife “” arguing that a loving God would never sentence human souls to eternal suffering,” the books publisher, HarperOne, explains. “With searing insight, Bell puts hell on trial, and his message is decidedly optimistic “” eternal life doesn’t start when we die; it starts right now. And ultimately, Love Wins.”

It continues: “What if the story of heaven and hell we have been taught is not, in fact, what the Bible teaches? What if what Jesus meant by heaven, hell, and salvation are very different from how we have come to understand them?” [Emphasis theirs]

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