(03-28-2011 09:21 AM)chris1000bc Wrote:
(03-28-2011 07:00 AM)Tony Mel Wrote: Love already won at Calvary.
I agree with you and I am sure Bell does as well.
Bell would just ask you a string of forty questions that begins with..."But when you say 'Love already won at Calvary' do you just mean that love won for only a few people who believe a very narrow set of things? And if someone doesn't believe everything exactly the way I do they don't get in? So Ghandi isn't in heaven? We know this?"...and at the end you'd be wondering "Bell, are you sure of anything?"
Or that's kind of how I remember it. Someone else who read the book can tell me if that isn't the way it seemed to them. Though to try to be fair to Bell, there's only a chapter or two where he asks question after question. In his other chapters, he does sort of kind of answer questions about what he believes.
The Scriptures say that the Messiah will see the travail of his soul and be satisfied. Who says that there will be more damned than saved?