Hell: Separate Truth from Fiction and Get Your Toughest Questions Answered

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Overview

In September of 1998, God allowed Bill Wiese to experience the reality of hell. He chronicled his experiences in his New York Times best-selling book, 23 Minutes in Hell, describing a place of never-ending trauma, burning fire, and unquenchable thirst; a place where you are hopelessly lost and without human intervention forever.

In his follow-up book, Hell, Wiese digs even deeper into the topic, providing a complete and ready reference on what hell is really like. Tackling your ...

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Overview

In September of 1998, God allowed Bill Wiese to experience the reality of hell. He chronicled his experiences in his New York Times best-selling book, 23 Minutes in Hell, describing a place of never-ending trauma, burning fire, and unquenchable thirst; a place where you are hopelessly lost and without human intervention forever.

In his follow-up book, Hell, Wiese digs even deeper into the topic, providing a complete and ready reference on what hell is really like. Tackling your most common-and most important-questions head-on, he supplements his personal testimony with thorough biblical research and fascinating additional stories.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780594254430
  • Publisher: Charisma Media
  • Publication date: 8/11/2008
  • Pages: 368
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Meet the Author

Bill Wiese has been a dedicated Christian and has served in various capacities including teaching and leading worship since 1970. He has appeared on several television and radio shows and is an accomplished speaker. Bill is a successful Realtor with over thirty years of experience. He lives with his wife, Annette, in Southern California.

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Table of Contents


Introduction     1
Part 1
Age-Old Questions-Are There Answers?     7
How Can a Loving God Send People to Hell?     11
Don't All Roads Lead to God?     29
Am I Good Enough to Enter Heaven?     33
Can't God Just Overlook My Sins?     43
But God Knows My Heart!     49
Why Did God Create Such a Horrible Place?     51
Does the Crime Fit the Punishment?     53
Hell by Default     57
How Does God Warn Us?     61
We Wouldn't Want to Offend Anyone     71
What Makes Christianity Unique?     79
How Can a Christian See Hell?     85
Expounding on 23 Minutes in Hell     101
Why Does a Christian Need to Know About Hell?     117
"Are You In, or Are You Out?"-a True Story     133
True Stories and Testimonies     137
Part 2
An Overall Perspective     163
Hell, Hades, Sheol, Gehenna-What Is the Difference?     169
Is the Fire Real or Metaphorical?     187
Who Were the "Spirits in Prison"?     197
What Is the Significance of the Number 23?     201
Who Were the "Captivity Captive"?     205
Demons and Fallen Angels-Is There a Difference?     209
Are Satan and His Demons on the Earth and in Sheol?     215
Does the Devil Rule Over Hell?     221
How Can Demons Torment When They Are in Torment?     225
Were the Giants a Result of the Fallen Angels?     237
Was It Really Samuel?     245
What Is Soul Sleep?     249
Do People in Hell "Cease to Exist"?-Annihilationism     257
Are People Eventually Saved Out of Hell?-Universalism     281
What Is "Born Again"?     287
Jesus Speaks on Hell and Destruction-Forty-six Verses     291
Jesus Said He Was the Son of God     295
All Verses on Hell and Destruction     303
Notes     327
Bibliography     347
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