On Hell and Evangelism

The reason it is hard for us to think of the doctrine of hell is because God has put in our hearts a portion of His own love for people created in His image, even His love for sinners who rebel against Him.

As long as we are in this life, and as long as we see and think about others who need to hear the gospel and trust in Christ for salvation, it should cause us great distress and agony of spirit to think about eternal punishment.

Question for Reflection

  1. Do you think of the eternal destiny of unbelievers?


Wayne Grudem, Systematic Theology, 1152.



While your local news is busy making up more stories, you can read some interesting articles and videos from my favorite blogs over the last week.

Mohler on Time’s Article of Rob Bell

Mohler wrote a piece regarding Jon Meacham’s article in Time entitled: “Is Hell Dead?” You can read Mohler’s critique by clicking here.

The iPhone 5’s New Look, Could this be it?

Engadget stumbled across a couple of photos of what the next iPhone might look like. Click here to find out.

On Guard Book Review

Wondering about William Lane Craig’s latest book On Guard: Defending your faith with reason and precision, then you can read a book review by Jared Oliphint over at The Gospel Coalition by clicking here.

Consumerism: How to Resist It

Have you been wondering how to resist your consumeristic tendencies? If so, then you will want to check out Tim Challies’ article entitled: Resisting Consumeristic Temptations. You can read it by clicking here.