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Hell: Remembering the Awful Reality
     

Hell: Remembering the Awful Reality

by Jonathan Leeman
 
Wisdom so often in life prescribes moderation. It’s wise to eat with moderation, to speak with moderation, to feel with moderation, some would even say to believe with moderation. But there’s absolutely nothing moderate about the doctrine of hell. It’s extreme in every way. As hard as it is to stare at the doctrine of hell, surely it must be

Overview

Wisdom so often in life prescribes moderation. It’s wise to eat with moderation, to speak with moderation, to feel with moderation, some would even say to believe with moderation. But there’s absolutely nothing moderate about the doctrine of hell. It’s extreme in every way. As hard as it is to stare at the doctrine of hell, surely it must be salubrious to our faith to do so from time to time. It forces us to once again reckon with who God is and who we are. We hope this issue of the 9Marks 9Marks Journal will help all of us to do just that.

In this issue of the 9Marks Journal Mark Dever and Kevin DeYoung offer pastoral reflections on hell, while Greg Gilbert, Andy Naselli, Jim Hamilton, and Gavin Ortlund provide biblical and theological clarity on this challenging but crucial topic.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940014539210
Publisher:
9Marks
Publication date:
09/01/2010
Series:
9Marks Journal , #7
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
968 KB

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