I’d just try and forget about it. I feel like I should read the book at some point but I’m also reminded of 2 Tim 4:3
“For the time will come when men will not put up with sound doctrine. Instead, to suit their own desires, they will gather around them a great number of teachers to say what their itching ears want to hear.”
I’m sorry but isnt it true to form of a pastor of a mega church to initiate something like that and create all the facade of being communicative and engaging to the young people of today, instead of preaching the word in season and out of season – ie whether it is fashionable or otherwise – as the Scriptures command us to?
He may stir and make people ask questions but he is also bringing disrepute – not glory – to the name of the Lord, at least for now.
- You Had Me At Universalist: Farewell, Rob Bell, (thinkaboutjesus.wordpress.com)
- Rob Bell & Love Wins (thisido.blogspot.com)
- Rob Bell, Universalism, and Greg Boyd (christmyredeemer.wordpress.com)
- Rob Bell’s questions about heaven and hell: “Love Wins” (schansblog.blogspot.com)
- Carlton Pearson Defends Rob Bell (slaughteringthesheep.wordpress.com)
- Love Wins – A Response (deeperfaithblog.com)
- Rob Bell: Universalist? (veritasmizzou.wordpress.com)
- Rob Bell Heresy Costs Pastor His Job (hambydammit.wordpress.com)
- Love Wins- A Book Review (thebeautifulheresy.com)