Rob Bell

Literal and Non-Literal – Franci Chan’s Erasing Hell

Several weeks ago I began a series at Snow Hill on Sunday evenings. I should say we initiated a series. It will officially kick-off in a couple of weeks. This may be a good place to note that this site is hosted and funded by me. Don’t blame Snow Continue reading

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Rob Bell – Reading is Fundamental

In the “Video of the Week” ¬†widget to the right is a Bell clip I listened to on Scot McKnight’s blog, Jesus Creed. Listen to the end. My thoughts from the beginning. And, I did read the book.… Continue reading

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Friday Photo – Multiple Reflections

Ryan N called me Monday evening. “Have you read Rob Bell’s new book?” I had just finished it a few days earlier. But, I have been reading the wildly divergent opinions about the book since “before” the book was released by HarperOne.

I find that many people prefer to … Continue reading

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The Way Questions Function

After a few items tackled this morning, I am off to do some manual labor. Pastors really don’t work. Or so I am told. In fact, I was recently asked by a PA what I do for a living. When I told him I was a Pastor he remarked … Continue reading

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Below the Surface with Rob Bell’s Love Wins

Another short tease. If Fitch is right, Bell’s book, Love Wins, could easily be an “irruption of the Real.” Now that does not mean to suggest Bell offers the “Real” theology, or that his book offers the “true/right story.” It does, however, mean that the antagonisms represented … Continue reading

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