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Category Archive for 'Rob Bell and Love Wins'

Greg Carey: Rob Bell Comes Out for Marriage Equality. Well, this has been the big buzz on twitter and elsewhere among the socially networked religious types. My guess? Evangelicals – we told you so, heretic. Rob Bell fans – we told you so, Christians eat their young/condemn their best and brightest. It will be interesting […]






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Letter to a 12-Year-Old Girl About the Eternal Destiny of Those Who Have Not Heard the Gospel – Desiring God. Letter From John Piper to a 12-Year-Old Girl About the Eternal Destiny of Those Who Have Not Heard the Gospel Sorry, kid, they’re gonna burn. Nothing like kindly, TV evangelist, John Piper, telling a 12 year […]






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Have a little free time tonight, so I’m going to repost the 2011 podcasts iTunes. I’m looking at a couple different new podcasts although recently I have been pondering Facebook, Twitter, and Personal Boundaries. In light of some of the recent NFL player tweets and the problems that has caused and pastors and other community […]






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Listeners, here is the first of the reposting tests to reseed the iTunes directory with 2011 episodes. Enjoy the reruns and thanks for your patience to help new listeners and browsers to see what Wired Jesus is all about. This is a repost of WJP 59: Investing In Hell.






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Southern Baptists Passes Doctrine That Hell is ‘Eternal Conscious Punishment’, Christian News. Hmmm. Like I said in my last podcast, some folks are more invested in hell than in Jesus. Here’s the actual resolution. ON THE REALITY OF HELL June 2011 WHEREAS, Rob Bell, in his 2011 book, Love Wins, has called into question the […]






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Well, Lent was certainly interesting and perhaps the most interesting part was the continued debate over Rob Bell’s book, Love Wins. While the press coverage is largely done, the debate among pastor people and religious blogs is continuing. During this season when we remembered Jesus suffering, death, and resurrection, one segment of the church focused […]






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This started on Facebook but a running post here on Wired Jesus might make a better venue for discussion, especially considering my next podcast that is in the works is on the larger issue of the evangelical uproar over the book. Rob has not said anything new, as he says, but I would say the […]






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