This book is excellent in answering questions in a scripture-based fashion. I'm not totally sure I believe the DVD testimony, but the important thing is the book, the answers, and multiple Bible verse referrals. I think this is a must read for anyone: Christians who need a big nudge to pray desparately for unsaved loved ones/friends; unsaved people who have questions about the existence of hell.
The book poses what the author thinks are the 23 most asked questions about hell and proceeds to give biblical references that answer those questions. Some of them are very good and when you read the book you should have your favourite bible version handy to look up those references. There were several answers that were provided that looked at aspects of the situation that I had never thought about before, for instance, hell is not "just" separation from God but rather a total lack of God. It is dark because God is light, it is chaos because Jesus is the Prince of Peace and other things like that. Definitely helpful in helping the reader to establish a ground for his own beliefs. Whether you believe that the author caught a glimpse of hell depends of course on your basic belief about life and death. The author keeps mentioning that the descriptions are strictly biblical and not his own opinions. The answers are written in a manner that everyone can understand and many of the questions do pertain to today's lack of belief in a God which includes heaven and hell
New York Times best-selling Author, Bill Wiese of 23 Minutes in Hell has published a follow-up called 23 Questions in Hell: Everything You Want - And Need - To Know! Since his first book, many people wrote asking hundreds of questions about hell and eternity. Bill offers Biblical answers to questions like - "Isn't God Mean for Making Hell?", "Is the fire in hell real or metaphorical?", "How does the Christian religion differ from any other?" and twenty more questions. Also, included with the book is a bonus DVD about his visit and experiences in hell. His story is quite amazing. If you want to learn more about it, I recommend reading 23 Questions About Hell. Where you spend eternity does matter.