Mark Galli Responds to “Hellbound?”

The following is a response to Mark Galli’s review of “Hellbound?” at Christianity Today entitled Movie Purgatory (9/20/12). Mark Galli utilizes the fact that “Hellbound?” asks more questions than it answers in order to dismiss its value. Galli opens with: ‘Hellbound?,’ seemingly bound to fail from the beginning, never takes a stand on the issue. – He continues [...]

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September 20th, 2012 by glwadmin

“Hellbound?” and Mark Driscoll On Asking Questions

“It’s not a problem to ask questions but sometimes when certain questions are asked it’s by someone who’s a coward and doesn’t have the conviction to declare their answer.”  Mark Driscoll in “Hellbound?” I assume Driscoll was referring to the question-drivenness of Rob Bell in Love Wins. But as many have noted the newly released docu-movie [...]

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September 16th, 2012 by glwadmin

“Hellbound?” Premiered Sept 12 in Nashville: A Brief Review by Peter Hiett

The following is a brief review by pastor Peter Hiett of The Sanctuary Downtown, Denver, Colorado. Peter’s background is Reformed Presbyterian. He holds to a high view of Scripture and elevates Christ and the glorious Gospel of Jesus Christ in all things. Here are a few thoughts he shared after viewing “Hellbound?”… “In Hellbound Kevin Miller does [...]

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September 12th, 2012 by glwadmin

BIBLE MESH–One God. One Book. One Story.

Introducing …Bible Mesh: One God. One Book. One Story.  “Bible Mesh is a multimedia tool to help teach the grand sweep of redemptive history from Genesis to Revelation…” With topics introduced by Tim Keller, “Bible Mesh” is an interactive Biblical story course developed to help people put all the facts of the Bible into one coherent story as [...]

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September 8th, 2012 by glwadmin