Razing Hell : Rethinking Everything Youve Been Taught About Gods Wrath And
Does the idea of hell haunt your dreams and disturb your sleep? Have you ever wondered at the justice (or injustice) of it all? Are you confounded by a God who deems it necessary to send the majority of humanity to burn there forever? If so, then this book is for you.
Seventy percent of Americans believe in hell, as do ninety-two percent of those who attend church every week. Clearly, it’s a hot topic. Baker offers readers a safe space to contemplate tough issues as we rethink our traditional views of hell. In her candid and inviting style Baker explores and ultimately refutes many traditional views of hell, presenting instead theologically sound ways of thinking that are more consistent with our image of God as a loving creator who desires to liberate us from sin and evil.
This is an excellent selection for general readers, students, pastors, professors, and grief counselors, and will provide clarity for those with questions about hell, God’s judgment, and what happens to us when we die.
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SKU (ISBN): 9780664236540
Binding: Trade Paper
Published: August 2010
Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press
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