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  1. evangelist6589

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    http://www.amazon.com/dp/0062049658/?tag=baptis04-20

    Have any of you read the garbage that this devil teaches? This devil teaches a universalist view of salvation and is into pluralism. This man has never read the many passages of scripture that speak of repenting, for I doubt Rob Bell is a believer. Unlike Joel Osteen Rob Bell teaches far more dangerous stuff than self-help and is probably a full blooded heretic and not strictly a false teacher (Osteens rank).
     
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    LOL - Where have you been? Not only is this old news, but there are a number of books written in response to this! One good one is by Francis Chan called "Erasing Hell". If you have Amazon Prime, I believe you can get it for free on the Kindle.
     
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    Yeah, it is kind of old news. I wrote a review of his book awhile back. He can be frustrating to read if you have an appreciation for truth, and grammar.
     
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    I read lots of books and its impossible for me to keep up with everything. Grammar? I find errors in this area by many evangelist type authors (Comfort, Cahill) and others as well (Lutzer). Grammar annoys me, but I won't dock a book many stars in a review by it alone as I look at substance and Biblical accuracy much more so.
     
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    I understand what you're saying about keeping up with books. I have at least 200 sitting in my "to be read" pile.


    When I say Bell's books have grammar issues I am not talking about the usual group of typos we see in books. Bell often rejects conventional grammatical form by using half-sentences and odd page format. He may have changed this in later editions of some of his books because a lot of people used this as additional ammo against his rebellion against orthodox theology and practice.

    I've read his books "love wins", "velvet elvis", and "sex god" because I had enough people quoting them and saying how much they liked them that I became concerned and wanted to know what I was dealing with. They were not fun books to read.
     
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    He appears to be teaching full blooded heresy. Joel Osteen teaches self-help a needs based message. Osteen is off in left field no question. However Bell takes a whole new level. and I would not even compare the two.
     
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    They are both false teachers and therefore, IMO, of the same ilk. The type of error does not matter to me unless for the sake of discussion (like making a point while teaching) I need to classify the errors.


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    If two men (Bell and Osteen, for example) are both teaching what would be classified as "another gospel" does it really matter what that gospel is?
     

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