How Could a Loving God Send Anyone to Hell?
May 21, 2010
In this 2 minute 20 second clip, Randy answers the question, "How could a loving God send anyone to Hell?"
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Sunday morning, March 7, I was with Greg Laurie and Harvest Fellowship in Riverside, California. Greg interviewed me about Heaven, and evil and suffering, and we opened the Word together. We did something similar last Thursday night in Orange County.
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After posting my blog on hell, someone pointed out Al Mohler's blog post, "Air Conditioning Hell: How Liberalism Happens," on the same subject. It's excellent.
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The safest road to hell is the gradual one—the gentle slope, soft underfoot, without sudden turnings, without milestones, without signposts. — C. S. Lewis
Can Someone Be Sentenced to Hell This Side of Death?
Let me start by saying: absolutely you are not sentenced to Hell if you know Jesus Christ as your personal Lord and Savior.
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Hell will have degrees of punishment; each person's punishment will exactly correspond to his sins.
How Can We Know That We'll Go to Heaven?
For every American polled who thinks they are going to Hell, there are 120 who think they’re going to Heaven. Author Randy Alcorn explains that Heaven isn’t our “default destination” and that specific preparation must be made if we are to safely arrive in Heaven. A recent poll indicated that for every American who believes he or she is going to Hell, there are 120 who believe they’re going to Heaven.
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