Rob Bell, Satan’s Agent Provocateur to Teach Teens That Christian Beliefs About Heaven and Hell and Sin are all Wrong, they are Lies. There is no sin, everyone gets saved.
Several decades ago, in the Last Days Ministry magazine, there was a prophetic article that stated Satan was at war with our children, he hated them. In this same vein, Anti-Christ Author Rob Bell, has not only rewritten the Bible into his own image, but he is now a front line soldier in Satan’s cause, telling these young, impressionable people that there are no list of sins to avoid, lists that make people unhappy, he proclaims Jesus is the ultimate Party Meister, He only has an unlimited list of things to say yes to, He is a Party Guy.
Bell, like an increasing number or practical atheist type Christians, is teaching universal salvation, everyone gets to Heaven with or without faith in Jesus. He is denying a real Devil, a real Hell and He has created a New Age god to supplant Almighty God of the Bible and this god offer a sinless world, wherein there is no sin at all really.
Yes, Satan hates children; he wants them in hell, all of them. He is the force behind our American baby holocaust (abortion), with 55+ million already served into eternity. For the rest, he has made it possible for the homosexual and liberal anti-Christ folk to take over our schools, yet he’s still mad because some young people escape by finding Christ as their savior. So, his new tactic is to remake God into a divine being that will allow us to satisfy our every lust, a god that will deny us nothing and yet still take everyone into heaven for all eternity. It is an appealing message to immature young minds, the idea we can sin and do everything we want and there are no penalties and Rob Bell is Satan’s agent to help sell that damnable message and help Satan destroy many, many millions of children and dragging them into hell.
Author and speaker Rob Bell is set to release a teen version of his book Love Wins: A Book About Heaven, Hell, and the Fate of Every Person Who Ever Lived nationwide next month.
In a promotional video created for Love Wins: For Teens, Bell explains that the book is designed to teach youth that God is the life of the party, rather than the one that spoils everyone’s fun.
“What do you believe about God?” he begins. “Is God somewhere on a cloud with a long beard, making a list of no’s?”
“For a lot of people, when you mention God, the first thing they think of is, ‘Oh yeah, God shuts the party down,’” Bell continues. “But when Jesus talked about faith, when Jesus talked about God, one of the dominant images He uses again and again is that of a party.”
He explains that Christianity is not about saying no; it’s about saying yes.
“It’s not about long lists of regulations and things you can’t do” Bell says. “It’s about saying a giant ‘yes’ to the world. So what you believe God is like really, really matters. It shapes you and it forms you in a thousand different ways.”
“What if the idea of Heaven and Hell that we have been taught is not, in fact, what the Bible teaches?” he writes. “What if Jesus meant something very different by the concepts of Heaven, Hell and salvation from how we’ve come to understand them?”
Bell, “llaments that “a staggering number of people have been taught that a select few Christians will spend forever in a peaceful, joyous place called heaven, while the rest of humanity spends forever in” Hell. Bell then asserts that such a belief is “misguided and toxic.”
“[I]s this belief truly misguided and toxic or is it the truth? Why is it that a staggering number of Christians believe that only a ‘select few’ will be saved while many will be damned? Because Jesus said so,” Nesch states, pointing to Luke 13 and Matthew 7.
He decries Bell’s universalist insinuations that all men will be saved.
“Rob Bell asks, ‘Will all people be saved, or will God not get what God wants?’” Nesch notes. “Bell likens God not getting what He wants to failure. Bell goes on to say that ‘God does not fail,’ obviously implying that all people must go to Heaven.”
“To Rob Bell, if Hell is real, then God is ‘terrifying, and traumatizing, and unbearable,’ and ‘can’t be loved.’ To Bell, the whole idea that ‘God will punish people for all of eternity for sins,’ is an ‘unacceptable, awful reality,’ Nesch said. “Thus, Bell is exchanging Biblical reality for his own reality, and teaching a god of his own image.”
“Bell is operating under the fear of man and not the fear of God,” he concludes.
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