Love Wins Hardback
At The Heart of Life's Big Questions
by Rob Bell;
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In Love Wins, Rob Bell aims to answer such questions and beliefs that concern people of all viewpoints, Christian and not. Bell draws a vibrant understanding of faith and Christianity in today society as he believes Jesus would have wanted it to be, rather than its typical stereotyped view by some fundamentalist Christians and the new atheist in recent years. The message that Rob Bell presents is a simple and life changing message ? Love Wins.
What People are Saying about Love Wins
"In the current religious climate in America, it isn't easy to develop an imagination, a thoroughly biblical imagination, that takes in the comprehensive and eternal work of Christ in all people and all circumstances in love and for salvation. Rob Bell goes a long way in helping us acquire just such an imagination. Love Wins accomplishes this without a trace of soft sentimentality and without compromising an inch of evangelical conviction in its proclamation of the good news that is most truly for all."
- Eugene H. Peterson, Professor Emeritus of Spiritual Theology, Regent College, and author of The Message and The Pastor
"In Love Wins, Rob Bell tackles the old heaven-and-hell question and offers a courageous alternative answer. Thousands of readers will find freedom and hope and a new way of understanding the biblical story - from beginning to end."
- Brian D. McLaren, author of A New Kind of Christianity and Naked Spirituality
"Love Wins is a bold, prophetic and poetic masterpiece. I don't know any writer who expresses the inexpressible love of God as powerfully and as beautifully as Rob Bell! Many will disagree with some of Rob's perspectives, but no one who seriously engages this book will put it down unchanged. A 'must read' book!"
- Greg Boyd, senior pastor at Woodland Hills Church and author of The Myth of a Christian Nation
Love Wins by Rob Bell was published by HarperCollins in March 2011 and is our 13664th best seller. The ISBN for Love Wins is 9780007420735.
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Love WinsKathy Bland, via The Good Book Stall
Love Wins is a book that has caused plenty of controversy even before it was released. Was Rob Bell going to say that hell doesn’t exist? Was he backing universalism? Was he questioning the deity of Jesus?
Well, no, none of the above – though some people are still getting in a flap about it.
This is a refreshing read – a poetic page turner written for ordinary people and not for academics – which has credibility to its writing and is also enjoyable to read.
Love Wins tackles the questions of heaven and hell. How do we reconcile God’s love with God’s judgement? What is heaven and what is hell? Who is ‘in’ and who is ‘out’?
Does salvation have to happen before death? When does God give up on us? These are big questions and they lead us to a bigger question about the nature of God.
If the God we’ve been taught about will select some people for heaven and allow many others to suffer in torment, if God will punish people for all of eternity for sins committed in a few short years, if God is loving one minute and cruel the next, how can we trust that God and would we even want to?
Rob Bell says he has written this book for “all those everywhere who have heard some version of the Jesus story that caused their pulse to rise, their stomach to churn, and their heart to utter those resolute words “I would never be a part of that”. You’re not alone. There are millions of us." he writes.
For these millions, there is hope; the good news is better than that.Love Wins. Read on!
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Details for Love Wins
|Author / Artist||Rob Bell|
|Publisher||HarperCollins (March 2011)|
|Number of Pages||256|
|Page last updated||21st February 2018|