Episode 115- Erik Raymond– Is Hell for Real?

Posted On October 2, 2017

Welcome to the 115h episode of Equipping You in Grace. On today’s episode, Dave Jenkins interviews Erik Raymond about his book Is Hell for Real? (The Good Book Company, 2017).

What you’ll hear in this episode:

  • Why asking good questions of Scripture is important when we come to the Bible on controversial topics like hell.
  • How the Bible describes hell as a real place where real people will suffer unending, unrelenting, conscious punishment.
  • The church’s teaching surrounding hell.
  • What hell is like.
  • The reason for hell.
  • How to avoid going to hell.
  • Some of the alternate views on hell and why they are wrong.
  • What Christians should do in response to the reality of hell.
  • How hell can be fair.
  • How Pastors, Bible teachers, and ministry leaders should preach on hell.
 About the Guest:

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