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  • Writer's pictureLogan Hagoort

Free E-Book: Eternity in Hell

My dear sheep. Some of you are new and probably won't know that I self-published a book on Amazon called, "Eternity in Hell". I have just organised with Amazon to offer it for free for a limited time. The offer runs from Monday the 13th to Friday the 17th of May (US Time). If you would like a copy, just pop on over to the below link and score a free copy! Feel free to share this link with anyone you think might benefit from it. I have included the foreword below from Pastor Geoff Lloyd, in case you are wondering what it is about.

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Over a century ago, J. C. Ryle wrote:

"A flood of false doctrine has lately broken in upon us. Men are beginning to tell us “that God is too merciful to punish souls for ever - that there is a love of God lower even than hell - and that all mankind, however wicked and ungodly some of them may be, will sooner or later be saved.” We are invited to leave the old paths of apostolic Christianity. We are told that the views of our fathers about hell, and the devil, and punishment, are obsolete and old-fashioned. We are to embrace what is called a “kinder theology,” and treat hell as a Pagan fable, or a bugbear to frighten children and fools. Against such false teaching I desire, for one, to protest. Painful, sorrowful, distressing as the controversy may be, we must not blink it, or refuse to look the subject in the face. I, for one, am resolved to maintain the old position, and to assert the reality and eternity of hell." (J C Ryle, Holiness)

There are many doctrines that Christians find challenging to wrestle with, but none has the emotional weight of hell. All of us have precious people in our lives who do not belong to Jesus, so there is great temptation for Christians to mitigate the importance of a clear, biblically defined doctrine of hell. Some choose to swerve the issue altogether. Consequently, there are many different ideas about hell in modern evangelicalism, and the battle that Bishop Ryle saw unfolding in the nineteenth century continues today.

In this book, Logan has confronted this difficult doctrine head on, seeking to get to the heart of the Bible’s teaching on eternal conscious torment. His commitment to the Scriptures and exegetical care make his arguments compelling. His pastoral approach will reassure the reader that the weight of this topic is not lost on him, but something personally significant as it is to all of us.

Having counselled Christians who have struggled to come to terms with the concept of eternal conscious torment, I’m very grateful to Logan for this book. I would commend it without reservation to anyone who is investigating the doctrine of hell. Whether you agree, disagree, or are still forming an opinion, Logan’s faithful, submissive treatment of the relevant Bible passages will be a great help.


Geoff Lloyd,


Wyndham Evangelical Church, New Zealand.

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