God is Sneaky and His Spies are Everywhere

God is Sneaky and His Spies are Everywhere

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I started this blog in March 2011, and since it’s getting close to the 2 year mark, I’ve been checking over stats so that I can put together a trend report next month.  Since the Why Chan Can’t Erase Hell blog series, a critical examination of Francis Chan’s book, Erasing Hell, outranks all other www.whatgoddoes.com blog posts by far, I occasionally Google “Erasing Hell” to see how many pages in the SEO www.whatgoddoes.com is, and today I was pleasantly surprised to see that anyone searching for that book online will find the Why Chan Can’t Erase Hell blog series directly under Amazon.com, and three steps up on the SEO from www.erasinghell.com, the official website for the book!  My excitement about this is based on the fact that it seems like every time the orthodoxy attempts to stamp out the fire God has started, the blaze just burns brighter, because God is super sneaky and His spies are EVERYWHERE.  To make things a little easier on blog readers who haven’t been following this series, I’ve set the pages up so that you can start here: Why Chan Can’t Erase Hell and then, at the bottom of each each blog post page there’s a link to the next blog in the series, all the way through the most current blog post, Lukewarm and Loving It: Why Chan Can’t Erase Hell. Enjoy reading and “…then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.”

Next blog in this series: What if God is Erasing Hell for Chan?

Comments
  • Mary Vanderplas February 18, 2013 at 7:07 pm

    How great that your series on the book has been so widely read and is now appearing high on the list of resources to check out. I can understand your being excited at the thought that more people will read the blogs and have their eyes opened to the truth of God’s saving love in Christ for all people. I know that the series has helped me (even though I’m not among those who embrace, or who once embraced, the doctrine of eternal torment). In particular, your insightful exegesis of texts that are commonly regarded as proving the doctrine has challenged me to reconsider the notion that the judgment of God is retributive and eternal. I hope that many find their way to your site and to your thoughtful and thought-provoking critique of Chan’s arguments. Keep up the good work!

    • Lanny A. Eichert February 19, 2013 at 6:16 pm

      So Mary blesses Alice’s heresy.

  • Sisterlisa February 22, 2013 at 12:52 am

    That’s awesome!

    • admin February 22, 2013 at 1:00 am

      I had such fun making that pic in photoshop! LOL

      • admin February 22, 2013 at 1:00 am

        Try as I may, I could not make her look wicked enough.

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