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Is Anyone Hellbound?

Antipas Metochos Wrote: Oct 03, 2012 9:51 PM
. . . with that thought in mind, what does the prospect of living in Christ's earthly, millennial Kingdom do for us--especially when our position, rewards and level of respect from the King is based on how we've lived our lives here on earth as Christians? Psalm 90 reveals the average human life to be between 70-90 years. To live that long under a stigma of one sort or another is surely embarrassing! How about the thought of enduring a heightened level of embarrassment--multiplied by the fact that we will no longer have our sinful natures--that endures for 1000 years? Even with this, thank the Lord we're not in the Hell we deserve! Here's the book: Joseph C. Dillow; The Reign of the Servant Kings: A Study of Eternal Security . . .

The new documentary Hellbound? has reignited discussion about the perennial topic of hell as well as revealed some very bizarre perspectives.

Kevin Miller, the film’s director, who identifies as a Christian, stated in an interview that, regarding the traditional view of hell as a place of fiery torment, “I don’t see anything in the Bible that would lead me to believe that such a place exists.” Instead, according to Miller, when Jesus talked about hell, he was talking about the here and now.

Really? Jesus didn’t warn about a place of judgment to come? And Director Miller gets his...