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Four Views on Hell
By Preston Sprinkle, general editor
Published by Zondervan
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On 6/30 Evan Knies wrote: Counterpoints series provides an avenue for comparison and critique of different views on issues important to Christians. In this edition, Preston Sprinkle is the general editor and concludes the discussion by evaluating each view. The structure of the counterpoints series allows the readers to evaluate ... Another Book in a Great Series
On 5/30 steven.dresen wrote: Hell has become quite a hot topic in evangelical circles with some seeking to jettison the traditional understanding of hell and some seeking to defend it. Four Views on Hell edited by Preston Sprinkle with contributions by Denny Burk, John G. Stackhouse Jr., Robin Parry, and Jerry Walls, will help any ... Four Views on Hell (A Review)
On 5/17 klampert wrote: I’m not exactly sure where the breakdown happened that in the scope of the gospel that hell became an even more important topic than the cross, but recently there has been a ton of controversy over it. Every theological side has been thrown into the wind of social media and it seems either long standing ... Four Views on Hell Book Review
On 5/6 Philip wrote: If you are unfamiliar with the Counterpoint series, let me brief explain the premise. If you are familiar with them, you can skip to the next paragraph. These books are written by numerous authors, and arranged by an editor for the series. They are based on various theological concepts that have varying ... Book Review: "Four Views on Hell"
On 4/25 Joshua Ray wrote: Hell: it’s not a comfortable subject to broach with others. We probably don’t spend much time talking about it and as a result probably don’t spend too much time thinking about it either. Recently the topic of hell has generated a considerable firestorm (pun intentional) of controversy with Rob ... An Excellent Overview of Four Views on Hell
On 4/25 Gabriel wrote: The Counterpoints series of books is a very helpful resource for Christians at all points in their walks with the Lord. Each book takes a tough theological topic and assigns 3-4 theologians to give their take on the question at hand. The series has drawn such famous scholars as Wayne Grudem, Tom Schreiener, ... A helpful book
On 4/24 Jessica Boudreaux wrote: This second edition of Four Views on Hell is part of the Zondervan Counterpoints series. As with the other books of the series, we find a presentation of the current views on just what hell is. This updated edition features all new contributors. Each contributor presents his view of the doctrine of hell ... Four Views on Hell: Second Edition
On 4/19 Jeff Randleman wrote: As a minister, predictably, some of my favorite books to read are theological or doctrinal in nature. And, most of the time, I particularly enjoy those that seem to be controversial in nature, reading them to help define and clarify what I believe, in support of what the biblical texts state themselves. And ... Book Review – Four Views On Hell
On 4/19 Stephen Clark wrote: “You go to H - E - Double Hockey Sticks!” As a kid, shouting this epithet when we were angry with a playmate was about the most evil thing we could imagine. And if one of our parents ever heard us, ears were boxed and bottoms were swatted. It was not an epithet to use lightly or often. We all knew ... Turn or burn: Hell hath no fury...for those who are redeemed. But for everyone else? Well...
On 4/16 Bookwomanjoan wrote: I have read some books on hell recently that I found disturbing. While the concept of hell has always been a part of Christian theology, exactly what that term means has been debated. This book helped clarify the four major, or current, views on hell. This edition is written by different authors and ... Four Views on Hell by Burk, Stackhouse, Parry and Walls