A Reformed Response to Rob Bell’s Hell

My good friend Luke Welch and I have just finished our review of Rob Bell’s Love Wins. I hope it proves to be helpful.

Here is our paper as PDF: He Has Fixed A Day: A Reformed Response to Rob Bell’s Hell

About Luke:

Luke Welch is a Reformed and Presbyterian thinker, and serves as a lay preacher at Saint Andrews Anglican Fellowship (AMIA) in Baltimore, MD. He is married to Krista, and is the father of Anastasia, Evangeline, Evensong, Ephiphany and Phinehas. Luke is graduating from Covenant Theological Seminary (St Louis) in May of 2011 with a Master of Arts in Theological Studies. Luke’s blog, Polish the Brass, ( notsinking.com ), is decidedly optimistic about God’s plan for the future of the world. His favorite moment of the week is walking with his wife and children to the table of the Lord, and celebrating the resurrection of his Great King.

About Uri Brito

I am the Pastor of Providence Church (CREC) in Pensacola, Fl.
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3 Responses to A Reformed Response to Rob Bell’s Hell

  1. Schaeffer7 says:

    Great response to Love Wins! You may also enjoy the full length book response to Bell, critiquing his unchallenged assumptions about free will and God’s power. Its called Love, Freedom, and Evil: Does Authentic Love Require Free Will? (Rodopi Press, June 1, 2011) by Thaddeus Williams. You can find out more here: http://www.lovefreedomandevil.com


  2. Uri Brito says:

    I would love a sample copy to review on this blog or on youtube.

  3. Pingback: Visit with Luke Welch | Resurrectio et Vita

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