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Rob Bell

Rob Bell is the founding pastor of Mars Hill Bible Church, in Grandville, Michigan. He is a leader in the 'leaderless' Emerging Church.

Bell is the author of Velvet Elvis: Repainting the Christian Faithoffsite [Kindle editionoffsite | Buy a Kindleoffsite]

Bell is featured in a short series of direct-to-DVD devotional films called NOOMA, from the phonetic spelling of the Greek word pneuma, which means wind or spirit.

His latest book, Love Wins: A Book About Heaven, Hell, and the Fate of Every Person Who Ever Lived. [Kindle editionoffsite | Buy a Kindleoffsite] is controversial in that Bell appears to teach universalism -- the heretical belief that ultimately all people will be saved (reconciled to God) through the atonement of Jesus, regardless of what they believe - and regardless of whether or not they accept Jesus Christ.



Critique on Rob Bell, by Tim Martin, of Watchman Fellowship:


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This post was last updated: Mar. 12, 2013