Now the man whose 500-page book, The Fire That Consumes, helped ignite the scholarly debate thirty years ago brings this exciting alternative viewpoint to the everyday reader in simple form. And--the story behind the book is now the subject of a feature film, ''Hell and Mr. Fudge,'' due to release in theaters in 2012 (and starring Mackenzie Astin and Keri Lynn Pratt; see hellandmrfudge.com).
While relating his own personal journey in understanding the nature of hell, Fudge leads the reader through the whole Bible to see what we have missed, then through church history to understand the origin of the other two views.
Here are the basics: Life is short. Death is sure. Judgment is certain. Hell is real. And when John