In Pastor Rob Bell's 2011 book, Love Wins, he pondered questions that are often considered taboo in traditional Christianity: What if heaven is open t...
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Our motivations for wanting hell to exist (or not) might expose something inside of us that needs to become more like Jesus.
Colorado seems to be shaping up as a popular target for religious ideologues. Due to its lack of religious zeal, Colorado may be the closest thing to a religious frontier that still exists in America.
Literal hell is a gruesome place, a worm-infested trash heap where children are sacrificed to the flames, according to the Bible, and for those who do...
If that message and that conviction cause controversy, I'll accept that. Because good news is what we need.
DURHAM, N.C. -- When Chad Holtz lost his old belief in hell, he also lost his job.
The pastor of a rural United Methodist church in North Carolina wr...
By Cathy Lynn Grossman
(RNS) Talk about hellfire! One of the nation's rock-star-popular young pastors, Rob Bell, 40, has stuck a pitchfork ...
As president of the Unitarian Universalist Association, I am fascinated and encouraged by the current public discourse around Rob Bell and the concept of universalism.
They called him a Universalist. A wolf in sheep's clothing. A false prophet. A radical. Dangerous.
And more than a few have labeled Bell a heretic. But that's the good news.
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