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Francis Chan and Churches of Christ/Restoration Movement Influence?

June 12th, 2012 · 9 Comments · Bible, Christianity, Church, Church of Christ, Religion, Restoration Movement

Many of you have probably heard that Francis Chan is going to keynote at the Tulsa Workshop in 2013. When Terry Rush broke the news back in April he mentioned Chan’s connection with Wes Woodell helped work out the speaking arrangement. I am really excited that all this is working out and I think that […]

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Francis Chan to Keynote at 2013 Tulsa Workshop

April 24th, 2012 · No Comments · Christianity, Church, Church of Christ

News from Shane Coffman that Francis Chan will be keynoting the 2013 Tulsa Workshop Thursday evening and Friday morning. Thanks Shane, Terry Rush and all the rest who do such a fantastic job providing a quality workshop. Special thanks to Wes Woodell for going the extra mile to facilitate this. If you are going to […]

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Francis Chan Kindle Books Free on Amazon Today

April 6th, 2012 · No Comments · Books, Christianity

Francis Chan Free for Kindle Today HT: Tim Archer

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Review of Francis Chan’s Erasing Hell (Part 6)

October 10th, 2011 · No Comments · Apostle Paul, Bible, hell, New Testament, Religion

Chapter 4: What Jesus’ Followers Said About Hell In “Love Wins” Rob Bell appeared pretty thorough when he said he was going to tackle every occurrence of the word “Hell” in the New Testament. The problem was concepts are more important than individual words. It is entirely possible for to talk about hell without using […]

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Review of Francis Chan’s Erasing Hell (Part 5)

September 22nd, 2011 · No Comments · Bible, Christianity, hell, Religion

Chapter 3: What Jesus actually said about hell? I hope in these posts I don’t sound nit picky or petty. I am just trying to point out both the strengths and weaknesses of what I have found in C&S’s book. There is little doubt left as you read this book that they are writing this […]

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Review of Francis Chan’s Erasing Hell (Part 4)

September 21st, 2011 · No Comments · Bible, Books, Christianity, hell, Religion

Chapter 2: Has Hell Changed or Have We? Chan starts chapter two with various views people have come up with of hell over the centuries. He mentions everything from Origen to AC/DC. His points is, “But if the truth is what we are after, we need to stick with what Jesus actually said. We also […]

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Ten Questions I Have for Christian Universalists

September 19th, 2011 · No Comments · Bible, Christianity, hell, Religion

I have been studying hell for the past several months and wanted to share a few questions I have for those who say either there is no such thing as hell or that hell is a temporary place designed to bring us to God. I hope none of this comes across as uncaring. It is […]

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Review of Francis Chan’s Erasing Hell (Part 3)

September 14th, 2011 · No Comments · Bible, Books, Christianity, hell, Religion

Chapter 1: Does Everyone Go To Heaven? (continued) One thing Chan and Sprinkle (from here on referred to as C&S) get right that Bell missed was that we are dealing with concepts and not just specific words. In chapter three of love wins Bell writes, “I want to show you every single verse in the […]

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Review of Francis Chan’s Erasing Hell (Part 2)

September 13th, 2011 · No Comments · Bible, Christianity, hell

Chapter 1: Does Everyone Go To Heaven? Chan starts this chapter with this question, “Do you want to believe in a God who shows His power by punishing non-Christians and who magnifies His mercy by blessing Christians forever?” (p.21) He concludes that we may not want to believe this but can we believe this. Chan […]

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Francis Chan’s Erasing Hell – Introduction

September 12th, 2011 · No Comments · Christianity, hell

Francis Chan starts Erasing Hell with an introduction that could have been an appropriate introduction for any of a number of books on difficult and controversial topics. First, he addresses the fact that this is not a pleasant issue. It is a difficult issue that has ramifications that are far reaching and highly significant. Next, […]

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