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January 3, 2011

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The word “Hell” is one of the most often used words in our society, yet is one of the most misunderstood words. Many people do not really consider Hell a real place because God is “too loving” to ever have created such an abode. Others would say that Hell exists only “on earth” with reference […]

The Great White Throne Judgment

December 3, 2010


‘ Their worm does not die        And the fire is not quenched.’ – Mark 9:48 We are clearly living in perilous times. With the threat of terrorism and war looming around the globe and economies on the verge of collapse, with the fallen state of the church and the vast push toward global religious […]

The Reality of Hell

October 15, 2010

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I heard the following message on the radio a few months ago and never got around to finding the transcript. If we truly understood the realities of hell, we would all the more tell people how to avoid it. Moreover, if we fail to mention the wrath of God and the wages of sin (spiritual […]

Fire! Fire!

September 3, 2010


By J.C. Ryle When a house is on fire, what ought to be done first? We ought to give the alarm and wake the inhabitants. This is true love to our neighbor. This is true charity. Reader, I love your soul, and want it to be saved. I am therefore going to tell you something […]

Heaven, Hell, and Emergent Heresy

July 25, 2010

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By Eric Barger When one does a careful evaluation of the teachings of Emergent leaders, such as Doug Pagitt, Rob Bell, and Brian McLaren, it becomes apparent that they do not believe that Heaven, as described in the Bible, actually exists. Even clearer is their denunciation against the notion of a literal Hell. Their focus […]

Is Heaven Our Default Destination…or Is Hell?

July 8, 2010

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By Randy Alcorn The safest road to hell is the gradual one—the gentle slope, soft underfoot, without sudden turnings, without milestones, without signposts. — C. S. Lewis  For every American who believes he’s going to Hell, there are 120 who believe they’re going to Heaven. This optimism stands in stark contrast to Christ’s words in […]

Emergence Christianity – Denial of Hell

February 26, 2010

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By Justin Edwards Before we delve deeper into the intricacies of the Emergent Church, which has now morphed into Emergence Christianity, I want to share a glimpse of their destructive, heretical doctrines – the rejection of hell as a literal, physical place. While this topic will be dealt with in more detail in the weeks […]