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Why Be A Christian (If No One Goes to Hell)?
     

Why Be A Christian (If No One Goes to Hell)?

by Daniel Meeter
 
Why Be a Christian (If No One Goes to Hell)? is a warm and friendly tour through the peaceful and positive features of the Christian faith, without judgment of other religions. The book is a practical and down-to-earth introduction for the curious, the inquirer, and anyone who wants to discover Christianity in a new light. It confidently clears away the ever-present

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Why Be a Christian (If No One Goes to Hell)? is a warm and friendly tour through the peaceful and positive features of the Christian faith, without judgment of other religions. The book is a practical and down-to-earth introduction for the curious, the inquirer, and anyone who wants to discover Christianity in a new light. It confidently clears away the ever-present and negative motivation for being a Christian: the fear of going to hell. The book argues that the conventional view of people suffering in hell is not part of the original Biblical faith, and that belief in hell is not required of a Christian today. Accessible, readable, and smart, this is the book to consult if you are shopping for a religion, want to develop your spirituality, or just want to know more about Christianity. Chapters include: To Be Spiritual, To Save Your Soul, To Be a Human Being, To Deal with Guilt, To Know God’s Story, To Love Your Neighbor, and many others.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940014931823
Publisher:
Shook Foil Books
Publication date:
07/31/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
1 MB

Meet the Author

Daniel Meeter is a pastor and theologian who lives in Brooklyn, New York. He serves one of the oldest historic churches in America. He earned his Ph.D. from Drew University, and has taught Ancient Greek, theology, worship, and world religions at the high school, college, and divinity school level. He is active in inter-faith dialogue and social service, especially with the homeless of Park Slope, Brooklyn. He likes opera, symphonies, bluegrass, the Blues, and rock-and-roll.

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