A Christian Rebuttal to Bill Wiese's 23 Minutes in Hell

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A Christian Rebuttal to Bill Wiese's 23 Minutes in Hell by Robert Alan King is a booklet with over 5,100 words. This rebuttal is about the claim of Wiese's supposed trip to hell along with the false theological concepts that the book is proclaiming to the world as truth. Robert Alan King is an ordained minister through Calvary Chapel. More

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About Robert Alan King

Robert Alan King is an ordained minister who has written numerous theological and inspirational articles for a variety of publications, including Advocate, The Church Herald & Holiness Banner, Companions, The Priest, Proclaim, Pulpit Helps, Vista, War Cry, and Decision Magazine. He also has authored numerous printed books and dozens of ebooks.

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Review by: Todd Netland on May 23, 2015 :
Scripture is crystal concerning seven things that God hates. The seventh, according to Proverbs 6:19, is 'sowing discord among brethren.' A CHRISTIAN REBUTTAL TO BILL WIESE'S 23 MINUTES In HELL is a poorly-written and slanderous book that accuses Bill Wiese of making up the whole story about hell. Don't waste your time and money buying this book. Buy literature that will feed your spirit man. John Bevere's DRIVEN BY ETERNITY is a much better read.
To begin with, if Robert Alan King's accusations are true, then Billy Wiese is in mega, mega hot water with God (see the account of Ananias and Sapphira in Acts 5 and how God struck them dead for lying to the Holy Spirit--they are both burning in hell today.) This reviewer takes strong exception to this accusation of King.
Furthermore, King twists Luke 16, claiming it says something that it never said: simply, that God is not giving divine revelations of heaven or hell today. That passage in Luke simply points out that if they won't believe Moses and the prophets, neither will they be persuaded if someone were to rise from the dead. On the contrary, this reviewer believes that there are many, many people who have had glimpses of heaven/and or hell--and several of them are folks that he knows.
King lists quite a few supposed discrepancies in Wiese's testimony in his rebuttal book. While it may be true, it is perfectly understandable; if Wiese really did go down to Hades, it would have been a super, super traumatic experience. Those Japanese POWs of World War II went through tremendous trauma that affected them for the rest of their lives. How much worse it would have been for Billy if he did indeed go to hell.
Moreover, King is mistaken in his allegation that Jesus has never appeared to people on earth since His Ascension into heaven (see Acts 23:11.)
King is also wrong about his debunking the view of those Scriptures talking about bars and the pit referring to hell, claiming that they are talking about the grave. No, my friend. These Scriptures ARE talking about hell. The KJV is a far, far more accurate translation than the NIV.
It is tragic that brother is coming against brother, especially when we have the great threat in America and the world of the Black Cancer of Islam.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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