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SERMON CLIP: Hell in a Nutshell

SERMON CLIP: Hell in a Nutshell

Is hell for real? Is it what we have been told it is? Does an all-loving God really torture people there forever? These are a few of the questions that Greg Boyd touches on in this weeks sermon clip.

In the full sermon, Greg explores the fallacy of relativism, the singular truth of Jesus as the light of and way to the father, and whether this means that those who do not believe in him are doomed to an eternity of suffering in Hell.

Full sermon here: http://whchurch.org/sermons-media/sermon/going-to-hell-in-a-nutshell

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