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A Chronology of Rob Bell on Hell
Below we’ve outlined a chronology of the debate that’s been going on with Rob Bell’s new book, Love Wins: A Book About Heaven, Hell, and the Fate of Every Person Who Has Ever Lived. Please note: Rob Bell is in no way affiliated with Mars Hill Church. He is the pastor of a separate church of the same name.
Rob Bell’s Book Trailer
Below is the trailer for Rob Bell’s new book that ignited the fuse for the heated debates that would ensue.
Justin Taylor responded to this video on his blog on the Gospel Coalition’s website. This was the push the controversy needed to get it rolling full-force downhill.
CNN decided to jump in and cover what was going on between the two sides as arguments grew more heated (for lack of a better word) .
Another article appeared on CNN which went into more depth with the Rob Bell controversy while also discussing his previous publisher’s (Zondervan) split with him.
Scot McKnight breaks down the different types of universalism and notes that we will be seeing nothing new here than in centuries past.
Tim Challies received one of the first copies of the book and quickly got the review out.
Kevin DeYoung of the Gospel Coalition spent a good amount of time with the book and hammered out a 20-page review.
Mark Galli reviewed the book for Christianity Today, examining the answers Bell gives and how it might sabotage his goals.
The debate made enough noise to get picked up by USA Today yesterday morning.
Douglas Wilson points to the present effects of what happens when we deny things about eternity.
Yesterday, we released this post from Pastor Mark that was adapted from a chapter of his book Doctrine: What Christians Should Believe.
An Interview with Bell on MSNBC
At the recent Gospel Coalition conference, a panel discussion was held to talk about Love Wins.
Calvin scholar James Smith reviewed the book on his blog, Fors Clavigera.
White Horse Inn is giving away a free chapter on Heaven and Hell from Micahel Horton.
Adrian Warnock did a face-to-face debate will Rob Bell about heaven & hell.
In the video, Franklin Graham talks about Bell, saying, “the man is a false teacher...a heretic” around 2:50.