Erasing Hell is an extraordinarily important book. Francis Chan speaks with trembling and compassion. He recognizes this debate is about God, His nature and His authority. At stake is whether or not we will trust Him. Francis lays his heart on the table on the topics of "Will everyone be saved?"
GREAT!| Posted July 24, 2012
As stated in one of the first few pages, this book is tough to read. It answers and explores questions that christians and non- christians have about hell. They are real, tough questions. Francis Chan did an extensive amount of research to create an answer. Some of the answers are tough to understand and difficult to accept, but in the end, Chan is right. He has historical and biblical evidence, which is pretty much foolproof. I would strongly recommend this book to someone who is strong in their faith of God but is still curious and just wants to know more about God's plans. This book is a great tool to find clarifications of some ideas of hell and heaven.
Must Read of 2011| Posted July 14, 2011
This book is 2011's must read book! Chan really puts the discussion of hell into perspective, "it's more than doctrine, it's destinies." I love the fact that Chan doesn't censor the discussion or censor the nature of God to make Him "palatable". This book also effectively reveals the faulty reasoning and misleading conclusions made by Rob Bell's "Love Wins".