Here’s one that shook me: Hell Yes / Hell No

by John Reid Noe, PhD

This compelling and controversial book strikes at the heart of Christian theology and Christianity itself. It presents a balanced and scholarly re-exploration of “one of Christianity’s most offensive doctrines”-Hell and the greater issue of the extent of God’s grace (mercy, love, compassion, justice) and wrath in the eternal, afterlife destiny for all people.

Inside, conflicting views are re-evaluated, their strengths and weaknesses re-assessed, and all the demands of Scripture are reconciled into one coherent and consistent synthesized view.

The author suggests that our limited earthly view has been the problem, re-discovers the ultimate mystery of God’s expressed desire, will, and purpose, and transcends troubling traditions as never before.

Bottom line is, God’s plan of salvation and condemnation may be far different and greater than we’ve been led to believe. In a clear and straightforward manner, this book lays out the historical and scriptural evidence as never before.

From the Publisher
What They Are Already Saying on Facebook
FB#1 - “I heard Jesus talked more about hell than he did about heaven. Hmmmm.....”
Noe - “Here’s what Jesus literally said about `hell’ - NOTHING !!!”

FB#2 - “`Gehenna’ and `Hell’ are one and the same by the way. It was the pit outside the walls of Jerusalem where garbage and bodies were tossed - and burned. It made for a great analogy of the spiritual condition of those who did not have the faith of Christ, both then and now.”
Noe - “Want to bet ???”

FB#3 - “I agree John, so what is the final destiny of the wicked?”
Noe - “Lake of Fire and, perhaps, heaven.”

FB#1 - “I’m confused by that John. Are you saying that the LOF is the same as heaven? Can you define what the Lake of Fire is for me? I am very interested in this John.”
Noe - “One word - God.”


FB#1 - “Ok, what happens to the wicked when they return to God? And what happens to the righteous? I agree that every spirit returns to God.”
Noe - “The last chapter describes several different and possible scenarios. It is titled, `The Postmortem Experience.’”

FB#1 - “Can you tell me here?”
Noe - “Too much for here. That’s why I wrote this 432-page book. It’s unique, as you will discover.”

FB#5 - “I will be ordering. Your last book was dynamite.” - (The Perfect Ending for the World)


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