I am gonna open air preach on Hell soon enough and do more research on the topic. I know what Jesus said about Hell (and it was not a parable as real names are mentioned). I know what Revelation says, and what the Bible generally teaches on the topic. I was looking to dive into it more, but I am not interested in books reacting against someone, or a movement, but only interested in books diving into the subject of Hell of which I am not aware of much that has been printed this century as mostly everything seems to be a four views type of book, or a book written to refute someone. I have however a book on the topic by Edward Donnelly whom appears to be Reformed, and I have a book by a puritan. Okay so my question for you. Why do you think most evangelicals avoid teaching on Hell, or seriously underemphasize it? Some will exaggerate the topic and always use examples of an extremist on the topic to defend their view in not teaching it. This is bad logic, as not everyone whom teaches on Hell is an extremist on the topic.