Love Wins by Rob Bell

Love Wins

By Rob Bell

  • Release Date: 2011-03-17
  • Genre: Christianity
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Description

Bestselling author Rob Bell offers a provocative book which gets to the heart of questions about life and death. His perspective, encapsulated by his famous slogan ‘love wins’, will surprise and challenge both Christians and atheists, and will inspire people of all faiths and none.

A recent Gallup survey showed that over half of British people believe in heaven. But what is it? Who is it for? Why does it matter? And how do we know if we’re going there?

Rob Bell believes that even the most fervent Christians and the most committed atheists, are still not satisfied with their traditional answers to these questions. Out of respect for their traditions they keep quiet, confiding to a few close, safe friends their doubts and questions about why they are here and where they are going.

For many years, on sermons and DVDs and on bumper stickers and t-shirts, bestselling Chrisian author Rob Bell has been saying that ‘Love Wins’. But ‘Love Wins’ is much more than a pithy slogan.

‘Love Wins’ is a philosophy drawn out from deep within religious tradition and writings. It provides answers to the deepest and most difficult questions about life and faith, and about heaven and hell. And it is a call to arms for all of us to live a more meaningful life.

About the author

Rob Bell is the Founding Pastor of Mars Hill Holy Bible Church in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He is the author of the bestselling Velvet Elvis, Sex God, Jesus Wants to Save Christians, and Drops Like Stars, speaks to sold-out audiences across the world and pioneers a series of short films called NOOMA. He and his wife Kristen have three children.

Reviews

  • Love wins

    5
    By Simsim81
    Enjoyed and felt challenged by the book... Love wins, a must read especially for Christians!
  • A breath of fresh air

    5
    By Brynllan
    Read this book because it feels like a cracking open of truth so deeply buried that we had almost lost it.
  • Gospel

    5
    By TJ James23
    Totally agree with Rob Bell. It always comes down to pointing fingers and a "them and us" scenario. Jesus did not teach such ideologies of division and injustice.
  • Mr Pre-Gun

    5
    By Pre-Gun
    Excellent book. Speaks the truth for me. That's what Jesus taught us - to love everyone unconditionally. Our 'church leaders' could learn a lot from this book!
  • Refreshing

    5
    By Alice-j
    I have been a Christian for more than 50 years and found this book exciting and refreshing. Many Christians seem to have created a God who is simply a larger version of themselves. One who is perfect, yes, but one who is restricted by the limits of their own minds. Rob Bell suggests that God is bigger than any of our imaginings and capable of things that we cannot possibly understand. Why is this so hard for some Christians to accept? It is all backed up by scripture. Why must we limit our amazing God to what our human minds are able to understand? He is God, therefore He is bigger and better and capable of so much more than we can ever dream of or imagine. Rob challenges our thinking and that can only be good. Let's not get stuck in tradition and religion. Let's be open to the fact that while the Bible is the word of God, we can seriously limit what He is saying by closing our minds to different interpretations.
  • Love Wins

    5
    By Myrtle Spyrtle
    I am 63 and have loved and followed Jesus since I was 12. I find nothing offensive in this book only questions to challenge some unGodly conclusions. Well done Rob. Mo
  • Heartbreaking

    1
    By Jmc1982
    To see someone so influential subject scripture to this kind of abuse is simply painful. I have found sentiments in here that I adore, but they're surrounded by such destructive theology that I cannot possibly recommend it. Avoid if at all possible.
  • Such a Disappointment

    1
    By PetrBlair
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