Tag Archives: Hades

Finding Hell in the Oddest of Places

Hell. It isn’t a doctrine we rush to discuss, and that is a good thing – we ought to fear Hell, and we ought to weigh our words carefully. Without a serious understanding of Hell we risk undermining the doctrine of the cross, the wrath of God, the magnanimity of grace and the import of our forgiveness.This ‘quick thought’, however, is not a précis on the doctrine of Hell, nor is it primarily an apologetic defence of the doctrine of Hell; it is, rather an observation based the defence of a form of eternal punishment found in the secular, scientific community.

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Engaging Tim Keller, CS Lewis and the Fires of Hell

Not every writer at Saints and Sceptics is Reformed; none are young and few are restless. We mention this because the “Young, Restless and Reformed (YRR)” movement – essentially a conservative evangelical movement with Calvinist leanings – has become very influential in the United States.

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When Hollywood Goes to Hell

‘Hell is neither so certain nor as hot as it used to be’ Bertrand Russell

In Sam Raimi’s movie Drag me to Hell a sweet mortgage adviser Christine Brown succumbs to temptation. To gain a promotion to assistant manager she refuses to give a vulnerable old gypsy woman an extension on her mortgage repayments.

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