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23 Questions About Hell contains to-the-point answers to the questions that Bill Wiese has most been asked about hell since his best-selling 23 Minutes in Hell first released. Each answer is based on the Word of God, and the combined answers provide a fresh understanding about some of life’s “Whys” as they relate to hell and eternity. This book will clear up misconceptions and presuppositions about God’s character, and about who goes to heaven, and who doesn’t. It clearly demonstrates that we are held accountable...
23 Questions About Hell contains to-the-point answers to the questions that Bill Wiese has most been asked about hell since his best-selling 23 Minutes in Hell first released. Each answer is based on the Word of God, and the combined answers provide a fresh understanding about some of life’s “Whys” as they relate to hell and eternity. This book will clear up misconceptions and presuppositions about God’s character, and about who goes to heaven, and who doesn’t. It clearly demonstrates that we are held accountable for our decisions in life.
Table of Contents
23 Questions About Hell
Chapter 1: Isn’t God mean for making hell?
Chapter 2: You Christians are narrow-minded; Isn’t there more than one way to heaven?
Chapter 3: Wouldn’t God be mean and unloving for not allowing a good person into heaven?
Chapter 4: Wouldn’t you say God is unloving for sending people to hell?
Chapter 5: Doesn’t science dictate that man came from the animal kingdom?
Chapter 6: Where was God when the disaster (earthquake, tsunami, hurricane, etc.) struck?
Chapter 7: If there is a God, then why is there so much evil in the world?
Chapter 8: Seventy years of sin—does that deserve an eternity of punishment?
Chapter 9: Didn’t Jesus preach love and acceptance?
Chapter 10: Isn’t preaching “hell” using scare tactics?
Chapter 11: Doesn’t God consider my heart? I mean well!
Chapter 12: What about the person in the remotest part of the jungle who never heard of Jesus?
Chapter 13: Isn’t everyone God’s children?
Chapter 14: Can’t God overlook my sin?
Chapter 15: Can’t God just create another place for man to be besides hell?
Chapter 16: Wouldn’t most people in hell agree to accept the Lord if given the chance?
Chapter 17: Can’t God just put a stop to the evil that is occurring?
Chapter 18: Is the fire in hell real or metaphorical?
Chapter 19: Why are the demons themselves not in torment?
Chapter 20: Since God is a loving God, all who reject Him are annihilated (and not left to suffer eternally),
Chapter 21: How does the Christian religion differ from any other?
Chapter 22: Is it fair for someone to live a wicked life and at the last moment “get saved”?
Chapter 23: How can I be assured I won’t go to hell?
Posted December 21, 2010
23 questions about hell is a very interesting book. It's about a man who claims he's been to hell and back through a vision, and he hasn't just seen what it was like but also has felt it. It certainly opens more of the idea of the possibility of hell , and scares you , but Bill Wiese say's it's not to scare you for the purpose of being afraid, it's for the purpose that you'll do what you need to do to make sure you don't end up there. this book also comes with a dvd. My biggest Question in 23 questions about hell though was not answered, and from watching the dvd it sounds like to me he's stating he can't answer it. My biggest question was , why you Bill Wiese? Why did you get a vision, a vision that was so strong that you cannot deny there is a hell, and you say I asked God why me, why do I get this vision , and God doesn't answer this question. Well why are you so special that you receive the answer from God there is a hell, you actually recieve an answer from a vision, but the rest of us , have to wonder and base it purely on faith , in your book you say people get hints and clues all the way through their lives, that this is right. So I could say to myself well I was at barnes and noble and one of my hints in my life from God was that what your saying is right, was the fact that I picked up this book and bought it and read it , and now I should be reassured that it's the truth, even though there's so many other theories and beliefs out there and yes maybe God gives me bigger signs along the way too, but I'm never fully sure I just have to base it on all my faith and know it's the truth, while you Bill Wiese get to talk to God himself in a vision. If I'm just a special as you are, why don't I get that same experience? and remember Bill Wiese you say no one is better than anyone else, but It seems to me someone who get's to actually have a vision and meeting with God himself would seem more speical then someone who doesn't get that oppertunity and has to base it on synchronicity , clues, and hints that apparently come from God ,while you get an undeniable vision and meeting with God himself that it is the truth. If you're no better than me , I would think i would get the same reassurance. It seems to me God certainly doesn't want you to end up in hell, but I guess I get to ponder the idea, well until I guess I just believe it! There is scriptures from the bible that backs up what Bill Wiese is saying about hell and he backs up almost everything if not everything he say's in his book with those. I have to wonder though if his experience/vision was just a bad nightmare that seemed like it was a hundred percent real, that he has had this belief for so long that it lives in his subconscious and he created this nightmare of hell in his head, from the things he's read from the bible, and their was no real vision. Plus he didn't have a near death experience, which he admits, he simply from what it sounds like to me fell asleep. While there are tons of people with similar near death experiences who never mention anything about hell. But you'll have to read it for yourself and decide what you think of it.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted August 19, 2010
The book poses what the author thinks are the 23 most asked questions about hell and proceeds to give biblical references that answer those questions. Some of them are very good and when you read the book you should have your favourite bible version handy to look up those references. There were several answers that were provided that looked at aspects of the situation that I had never thought about before, for instance, hell is not "just" separation from God but rather a total lack of God. It is dark because God is light, it is chaos because Jesus is the Prince of Peace and other things like that. Definitely helpful in helping the reader to establish a ground for his own beliefs. Whether you believe that the author caught a glimpse of hell depends of course on your basic belief about life and death. The author keeps mentioning that the descriptions are strictly biblical and not his own opinions. The answers are written in a manner that everyone can understand and many of the questions do pertain to today's lack of belief in a God which includes heaven and hellWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
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