Francis Chan’s New Book “Erasing Hell” Soon to Be Released

A couple of weeks ago, someone posted a Francis Chan video on Facebook that intrigued me.

It was a promo clip for his new book “Erasing Hell: What God said about eternity, and the things we’ve made up.”  As I watched this trailer, I was immediately intrigued as it seemed to be a focused response to Rob Bell‘s title “Love Wins.

For those of you who have not yet read or heard about Love Wins, check out the following post for some insight into this controversial book: The Importance of Knowing Our Hero and the Villain

Regardless of where you stand on the existence of hell, Francis Chan has put out some incredible material in the past.  I’m sure that Erasing Hell will not disappoint.

Personally, I can’t wait for this book to hit the shelves!  If you have the time, check out the book-trailer below.

QUESTION:
What thoughts come to mind when you hear the words, Erasing Hell?

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4 responses to “Francis Chan’s New Book “Erasing Hell” Soon to Be Released

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  2. I’ll have to check your other post too. ; )

  3. Thanks for your comment Steve. I completely agree. From the sounds of Francis Chan’s new book, I really think that this is the approach he is going to take. Up until this point, many churches and Christian leadership have verbally destroyed Rob Bell for his book Love Wins. To the world, it’s only going to appear like ‘those Christians are fighting with each other again! Like I want to join that crowd?”

    I’ll stick with my comment from my Our Hero & The Villain post: “Do I believe he’s mistaken? Yes, I think he is. Do I believe he’s walking the line of false teaching? Yes, I think he is. Am I ready to cut him out of Christendom and wait for him to start some commune in Waco, TX? No, I am not.” I think Rob Bell will read Francis Chan’s new book. Lord willing, Francis might be the graceful rebuke that brings him around.

  4. Thanks for this. This conversation really needs to talked about gracefully and processed carefully.

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