Greg on Framing the Question for HELLBOUND? Documentary [Video]

Greg did an interview for the forthcoming feature documentary Hellbound? in which he explains the importance of framing the question of Hell correctly.

Watch the interview below and check out the iTunes theatrical trailer.

Greg Boyd on the importance of framing the hell question correctly from Kevin Miller on Vimeo.

>”Hellbound?” Footage Sneak Peek: Greg Boyd on Hell

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