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How can a loving God send people to hell? (Comment un Dieu d'amour peut-il envoyer les gens en enfer ?)

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Presentation

Hell raises many questions in the mind of man. If some choose not to face it, these questions remain, however, nagging and worrying. But there is one in particular which seems to be more difficult to resolve than the others and which has left many minds perplexed. This is precisely what this book poses.

Does Hell Really Exist? How do you reconcile the idea of ​​a loving God, which many people talk about, with that of such a terrible hell as Christians claim it is? How mean and depraved does it take to go to hell? In direct but realistic language, John Benton examines these questions, and many more on the subject. He challenges his reader to face what lies on the other side of the grave. He asks her to reflect in this present life with these subjects which determine our destiny.

Can the Christian face the unbelief and mockery of the world without compromising the biblical message? Here is a help that is welcome by its frankness and dynamism, because the threat is also a source of invitation and promise.

Author

John Benton is pastor of a Baptist church in Guilford, England. He is also editor-in-chief of a monthly evangelical journal and author of several books, including “Farther From You, My God” (on Malachi), “How to Keep the Faith” (on Jude) and “The Great Vision of a small church ”.

Table of contents

1. A controversial topic
2. Why is God angry?
3. What do people say about punishment today?
4. Jesus’s Teaching About Hell
5. Is Sin That All That Serious?
6. Isn't God a God of love?

Details

Original title : How can a God of love send people to hell?
Author : John Benton
Publisher : Europresse
Pages : 110
Weight : 146 g
Publication : 2009
Dimensions : 5.43 "x 8.5"
ISBN : 978-2-914562-49-2
Format : paperback
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