What great books did you hear about/discover this past week? Share with us your FRIDAY FINDS!
Synopsis: Many Christians think that Jesus is the only way to Heaven and those who don’t believe in Him will spend eternity in a literal and burning Hell. Is this what the Bible teaches? Will the majority of mankind spend eternity in torment because they rejected God in this life? “What the Hell” will show you what the Scriptures clearly teach about this subject and where this idea of Hell came from. It’s not about winning or losing or even changing the Christian faith. It’s about the honest pursuit of truth.
About Jackson Baer
Jackson Baer is a devoted husband, father of four children, and committed Christian. He has a Bible college degree in youth ministry and has been a youth and teaching pastor for seven years. This is his first book and it comes from the passionate study encompassing the past four years of his life.
Jennifer’s Thoughts: I met Jackson in an early American lit class last term [Straight from the Hartsock: Enlightenment in Literature]. Both of us stumbled upon each other’s work, and realized just how much our religious outlooks have in common. Through further intellectual discussion on religion, philosophies, and literature, our understanding of what it means to be human, and how religion fits into this, has become strong and well-developed.
Find his Novel: http://www.whatthehellbook.com/
Read Reviews: http://www.whatthehellbook.com/reviews/
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FRIDAY FINDS is where you share the book titles you discovered or heard about during the past week. These can be books you were told about, books you discovered while browsing blogs/bookstores online, or books that you actually purchased. MOST of the books MizB shares in her Friday Finds are titles that she discovered somewhere online — not actually books she’s purchased. [see archives]