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    August 21st, 2012 @ 11:14 am by Kevin

    Now that we have confirmed a number of release cities for Hellbound?, the race is on to let people know where and when they can watch it. We're doing all we can on our end, but we could always use a helping hand. If you happen to live in one of our release cities (and we will continue to add more over the next few weeks), we'd love to hear from you. In particular, we'd like help connecting with colleges, churches, student groups, media and other local influencers. So if there's anything you can do to

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    August 20th, 2012 @ 2:31 pm by Kevin

    Feel free to post it anywhere EVERYWHERE! And don't forget to pre-order your tickets. They're selling fast! (download the PDF version here)

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    August 20th, 2012 @ 12:46 pm by Kevin

    It's called Talking to Christians About Hell--It's not As Easy As You'd Think. A brief excerpt:

    Anyone who thinks filmmaking is glamorous should try making a documentary sometime. Better yet, try promoting one. For a high profile film like The Hobbit, promotion means having Peter Jackson premiere an exclusive clip to hundreds of adoring fans at Comic-Con and then flying back home to New Zealand in his private jet. For a low budget documentary like Hellbound?, it looks more like some poor schmuck (usually me) standing outside a big, black tent at a dusty, blazing hot Christian music

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    August 20th, 2012 @ 12:37 pm by Kevin

    In case you haven't seen it yet, over the weekend I posted an outtake from an interview I did with Reformed blogger Justin Taylor, in which he argues that Calvinist theology does not make God a moral monster. Today, Justin posted a few follow-up comments on his blog. So I thought I should share some thoughts here as well. First, a quick summary of the video: Justin begins by affirming that God is all-loving and all-powerful, and that he can save everyone (from hell). But God loves his Bride, the elect, in a special way.

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    August 18th, 2012 @ 6:22 pm by Kevin

    This longish outtake features Crossway Books editor and Between Two Worlds blogger Justin Taylor. Let's just say we don't exactly see eye-to-eye on this issue. Enjoy! Does Calvinism make God a moral monster? Justin Taylor says no. What do you think? from Kevin Miller on

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    August 17th, 2012 @ 9:28 am by Kevin

    We just added 8 new cities to our theaters page: Chicago, Minneapolis, Orange County, Denver, Omaha, San Diego, Dallas and Grand Rapids. Check out our theaters page for specific dates and locations. More locations to be announced soon in the US and Canada. If your city isn't on the list, get your friends, family members, church members and strangers off the street to demand the movie in your area. You can also contact your local theater and ask the manager to book our film. In addition to our regular theatrical runs, we also plan to do a number

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    August 16th, 2012 @ 7:34 am by Kevin

    James Eagan Holmes allegedly slaughters 12 people at a movie theater in Colorado. Survivor Stephanie Davies describes the event: "We were laying there, literally in the mouth of hell." Anders Behring Breivik kills 69 people at a summer camp in Norway. Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg seeks to capture his grief: "It was a paradise of my youth that has now been turned into hell." A tsunami devastates the Tōhoku region of Japan, killing thousands. Daily Mail reporter Alex Thompson describes the scene as "Hell on Earth." Two planes hit the World Trade Center in New York City. Brian Williams describes the event 10

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    August 14th, 2012 @ 8:02 am by Kevin

    You'd think pitching a film that asks probing questions about hell in Rob Bell's backyard would be an easy sell. Apparently not. I wasn't able to attend Unity Fest, which takes place a stone's throw from Bell's former church in Grand Rapids, MI, but my co-producer David Rempel did. And it was not only the smallest turnout on the tour (due to incessant rain) it was also the most hostile. It was so hostile, in fact, that after watching our trailer, one person ripped off his headphones and shouted "Blasphemy!" as he pointed at the

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    August 10th, 2012 @ 10:43 am by Kevin

    Thanks to a prod from Graham Ware, I'm currently reading Clark. H. Pinnock's excellent essay The Destruction of the Finally Impenitent. Published in 1990, Pinnock's essay critiques the "traditional" doctrine of hell as eternal torment for the wicked and argues for the (then) radical notion of Annihilationism--the belief that the "impenitent wicked suffer extinction and annihilation" rather than unending torment in hell. Early on in the essay, Pinnock recognizes that he is embracing a minority view. Even though other prominent evangelicals, such as John Stott, were coming to similar conclusions at the time, Pinnock expresses some concerns

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    August 10th, 2012 @ 9:33 am by Kevin

    If you want to know why, check out his latest piece in the Huffington Post. No, Brian hasn't become a weatherman. But he does make an insightful connection between hostility and identity that we would all do well to ponder. This is just a taste of the broader argument he makes in his upcoming book Why Did Jesus, Moses, the Buddha and Mohammed Cross the Road?, which comes out this

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