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Erasing Hell: What God Said about Eternity, and the Things We've Made Up (English Edition) par [Chan, Francis, Sprinkle, Preston]
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How could a loving God send people to hell? Will people have a chance after they die to believe in Jesus and go to heaven?

With a humble respect for God's Word, Francis Chan and Preston Sprinkle address the deepest questions you have about eternal destiny. They've asked the same questions. Like you, sometimes they just don't want to believe in hell. But as they write, "We cannot afford to be wrong on this issue."

This is not a book about who is saying what. It's a book about what God says. It's not a book about impersonal theological issues. It's a book about people who God loves. It's not a book about arguments, doctrine, or being right. It's a book about the character of God.

Erasing Hell will immerse you in the truth of Scripture as, together with the authors, you find not only the truth but the courage to live it out.

A pastor and church planter based in San Francisco, Francis Chan speaks to tens of thousands of people around the world every year. Known for his passionate, biblical style, Chan is on the board of World Impact and is the author of Forgotten God, Erasing Hell, and Crazy Love, which has sold nearly two million copies.

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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 208 pages
  • Editeur : David C. Cook; Édition : 1st (1 juillet 2011)
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It changes a lot in my mind. I think different after this reading. In some part I disagree with the author but in general, it is a very interessant book. Read it to have an idea ;)
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A heart-wrenching listen as the listener listens and considers their place. Shares verses and behaviors. Insightful things for a person to consider.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Good read, somewhat repetitive. 23 novembre 2016
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Overall, it's a good read and it is over a topic that Christianity as a whole is certainly losing. In particular this book seems to offer counter-points to Rob Bell's "Love-Wins." Regardless, considering that this life is immensely brief when compared to eternity, and as Christians who believe you will either spend eternity in heaven or hell, we really don't spend a lot of time discussing either. This book helps give the courage to answer truthfully and honestly when confronted with the tough questions about hell. For example: "I am not a Christian, but I am a good person. Does that mean I'm going to hell?"

However, all that being said, the book is kind of repetitive in nature. In essence I began to feel as though the authors were beating a dead horse. To Christians who may be a little more mature in their faith, this book doesn't really seem to express any new ideas that a stout believer is not already aware of, has addressed, and/or applies these lessons into their daily life.

In essence, I would recommend this book to a newer group of believers who may still not fully understand the concepts of heaven and hell. Believers whom are still disillusioned by the myths and half truths that the world (and even some Christian churches) can spew out about hell. Or, this could also be a good read for any of the "Universalist" Christians out there who hold to the doctrine that "all will be saved one day, and no one really goes to hell."

But again, overall a good read and worth picking up.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 "Erasing Hell" is a welcome antidote for current preaching of only half of the Gospel-the part that is not controversial and eve 22 mai 2017
Par Thomas J Murphy - Publié sur
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What really matters in life is not what we believe but the truth. We may believe that the Earth is flat or that the Sun revolves around the Earth, but what counts is reality. The Bible is replete with obscure, incomprehensible passages, especially in the writings of Paul, that can be twisted to support almost any argument. If one tries to distort or twist some of these passages to support the absurd, then analysis must be made to see if the argument runs counter to the overwhelming treatment of the matter in Scripture as well as common sense. This is what the authors have done in "Erasing Hell" for which they are to be commended.
A truly absurd doctrine is universalism or universal reconciliation which teaches that there is no Hell or if it does exist, it will end at some time. If this doctrine were true, one might ask why Jesus is called the "Savior". What exactly was He saving us from if not Hell of which He gives at least fifteen forceful warnings about "everlasting fire". Why did He spend the last three years of His life seeking to save souls and endure a horrific Passion and Death? Why did He tell us that "many will be called, but few will be chosen"?
Another absurd doctrine is the teaching that after death a soul may have a "second chance". No where in Scripture is this taught, but the opposite. Jesus relates numerous parables telling us to remain alert to sudden death and the consequences if we are not. Mortal life is clearly a training period in which we must prove our worth for "everlasting life".
"Erasing Hell" is a welcome antidote for current preaching of only half of the Gospel-the part that is not controversial and everyone likes-God's love for all no matter what they do. No mention of the other part of the Gospel-God's infinite justice and the 10 commandments.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Not a Fun Topic, But an Important One 1 janvier 2013
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It is my strong preference to read, talk, and think about Heaven, but it is essential that we also know about Hell. I want to have a proper understanding of Hell for a host of reasons. I read about it regularly in the Good Book, people often talk about it unbiblically, I teach about it occasionally, and Jesus has saved His people from it eternally. I want others to know what it means to call Jesus the Savior of the world therefore I need to learn about Hell. Erasing Hell helped with that.

Erasing Hell is the third Francis Chan book I have read. Like thousands of others, I have greatly benefited from reading his books as well as listening to his sermons. Francis Chan can make challenging topics more understandable, and he has a knack for getting people from both ends of the spectrum to listen. Preston Sprinkle is new to me, but I think he's alright since he rolls with Chan.

Erasing Hell did not get my juices flowin' like some of Chan's other books (Crazy Love and Forgotten God), but the book is solid. Erasing Hell came largely in response to Rob Bell's Love Wins, and Chan and Sprinkle respectfully refute some of Bell's unorthodox teachings. Regardless of whether you are a fan of Bell's teachings, Chan and Sprinkle provide a profitable book about a not so easy topic. You may not always agree with what Chan and Sprinkle say, but they speak humbly and in a manner that can appeal to both seasoned and beginning theologians. Below is how the book is organized.

Chapter 1: Does Everyone Go to Heaven?
Chapter 2: Has Hell Changed? Or Have We?
Chapter 3: What Jesus Actually Said about Hell
Chapter 4: What Jesus' Followers Said about Hell
Chapter 5: What Does This Have to Do with me?
Chapter 6: "What If God ...?"
Chapter 7: Don't Be Overwhelmed
Appendix: Frequently Asked Questions
About the Author
About the Coauthor
Sample Chapter from Forgotten God
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Overheard at a dinner party... 21 mars 2015
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I don't feel I was the audience for this book. I think I would only be the audience if I were sitting between Chan and Bell at a dinner party and Chan was speaking past me in the hopes that Bell would hear him refuting Love Wins. I got the sense reading this that maybe it should be sold with Bell's Love Wins, that I would have gotten more out of it if I had read Love Wins first. With specific regards to hell, I feel like I should have been more compelled or convicted from reading the book, but mostly I just felt "meh."
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Truly Transforming For Me 26 mars 2017
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Like most people I have believed in Hell since becoming a Christian, but because of the severity of the topic I honestly never gave it much thought. Well God got my attention, and directed my heart to search his word. I came across this book and read the whole thing in nearly a day. I couldn't put it down because it was spiritually challenging me to humble myself before God. I truly recommend that everyone read this book. Especially Christians. Hell is not some doctrine but the destiny of people we know and love and pass everyday. Read this book and be changed!
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