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Rob Bell on Hell

Rob Bell on Hell

Postby Homer » Wed Jul 26, 2017 2:37 pm

I while back I found a nice copy of Bell's "Love Wins" at one of my favorite book stores (Goodwill or St. Vinnie's, can't remember). Anyway, after reading the book I concluded it isn't quite fair to count Bell as a universalist. While he said things that would leave that impression, he never clearly said so as far as I could see. He did redefine hell as something you make for yourself, so I suppose he could be a "no-heller" when considered in regard to more traditional views of hell.

I'm curious if in his other writings or sermons if he has unambiguously put himself in the universalist camp.
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Re: Rob Bell on Hell

Postby mattrose » Wed Jul 26, 2017 3:54 pm

I don't think he un-ambiguously does much of anything :)
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Re: Rob Bell on Hell

Postby Perry » Fri Jul 28, 2017 3:50 pm

mattrose wrote:I don't think he un-ambiguously does much of anything :)


He's a master of ambiguity. Something about the guy sets off my warning radar, but I can't say exactly what it is. Maybe it's just me.
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