The Other Side of the Good News: Confronting the Contemporary Challenges to Jesus' Teaching on HellThe Other Side of the Good News: Confronting the Contemporary Challenges to Jesus' Teaching on Hell
Larry Dixon
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It is a time of Christian confusion and, therefore, uncertain witness. Is there a biblical doctrine of hell or are Christians free to hold a variety of viewpoints on this issue? If so, does it matter which one? Larry Dixon examines current theories and encourages you to take the Bible's teaching on hell as seriously as Jesus did. If he came to us with the Good News then we don't want people to spend eternity on the other side of the Good News. Three alternative views to the traditional doctrine of hell are examined; universalism, annihilationism and post-mortem conversion. In a thought-provoking final chapter Dixon summarizes how different views affect our interaction with non-Christians and the extent of our freedom to hold different views.
     

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Praise for The Other Side of the Good News

"Dr. Larry Dixon capably defends the church's historic position on hell, responsibly handles the Scriptures, respectfully interacts with opponents and writes in a manner that is at once attractive, passionate and accessible to ordinary believers."

Robert A. Peterson, Covenant Theological Seminary
Author, Hell on Trial and
Two Views on Hell (co-authored with Edward Fudge)

"Larry Dixon has addressed a topic which is of great current importance…This is a book which every serious student of the Bible and theology must read."

Millard J. Erickson, Professor at Truett Divinity School,
Baylor University

"Larry Dixon is refreshing! His courage in dealing with the 'hard truth' of the much ignored doctrine of hell is to be commended--a 'must read' for every believer."

Steve Brown, KeyLife Network

"In a climate where universalism is very fashionable in churches and seminaries, Dr. Dixon stands forthrightly in support of the traditional orthodox doctrine of endless conscious punishment."

Roger Nicole, Reformed Theological Seminary
Orlando Campus

"A thoughtful, provocative, and fair-minded treatment of a controversial theme in Christian doctrine."

Thomas Oden
Drew University Graduate and Theological School

"This outstanding book is a comprehensive treatment of a vitally important topic and it is characterized by top level scholarship and eminent readability."

Ajith Fernando,
National Director, Youth for Christ, Sri Lanka
Author, Crucial Questions About Hell.