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Noted communicator and Christian media star Rob Bell is on the move with his “Everything Is Spiritual” tour.

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Kevin Miller’s third complaint about MM&B is that they have abandoned what he calls “the Great Tradition” in favour of making the message of the Gospel palatable to current culture.

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Mr. Miller’s second critique of the evangelical culture that he argues has given rise to MM&B is that it is guilty of stressing “the religious born-again experience” over “received teaching”.

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Kevin A. Miller is Associate Rector of Adult Formation at Church of the Resurrection in Wheaton, IL.

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Last Sunday, Rob Bell spoke at Grace Episcopal Cathedral in San Francisco as part of their Grace Forum series.

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In his rebuttal to some of the criticism of Rob Bell’s new book Love Wins, Brain McLaren has explored the common argument that the mainline liberal Christian church is in decline because it has abandoned the true Christian faith. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/brian-d-mclaren/will-love-wins-win-were-e_b_839164.html
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The hell debate ignited by the publication of Rob Bell’s controversial Love Wins, does not seem to be slowing down out there in Christian land.

Francis Chan is the latest soldier to take up arms in defense of the “Truth” about hell against Bell’s “heresy” about love.

Francis Chan is writing a book to be published by David C. Cook in July. In preparation the publisher has released a 9 minute video in which Chan pleads for the prayers of his viewers as he works on Erasing Hell: What God Says About Eternity, and the Things We’ve Made Up.
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Rob Bell, pastor of Mars Hill church in Grand Rapids, Michigan has ignited a veritable firestorm in the evangelical world with the recent publication of his new book Love Wins: A Book About Heaven, Hell, and the Fate of Every Person Who Ever Lived.
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Every theology carries an implicit image of the nature of God. In his book Love Wins, Rob Bell raises important questions about the character of God that is suggested by the theology we say we believe.
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In the midst of all the hell-fire and brimstone being hurled at Rob Bell in response to his new book Love Wins: A Book About Heaven, Hell, And The Fate Of Every Person Who Ever Lived, there is one response that has been noticeably absent.
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