Jesus Undefeated | Keith Giles
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What if God is better than you think and hell isn't an eternal torture chamber?

Many Christians are unaware that Universal Reconciliation was the dominant view of the church for the first 500 years, with Annihilation and Eternal Torment as minority positions. Jesus Undefeated is an eye-opening examination of all three views of the afterlife and a God who is even more loving than we dare imagine. Discover the Gospel that is not merely “Good News,” but fantastically “Great News.”

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Jesus Undefeated is now available from:

Barnes & Noble

Foreword by Brad Jersak

"Far from damaging our faith, this original good news brings Christ into central focus so that the love of God revealed in Christ is the point...Keith takes Scripture very seriously, and especially the claims of our Lord Jesus Christ and the power of his death and resurrection to conquer death and hades."

Jesus Undefeated is a timely and revolutionary book that discusses:

Why Eternal Torment was never mentioned in any of the Old Testament Scriptures

Where this Eternal Suffering view really comes from

Why the "Hell" language Jesus uses isn't about where anyone goes after they die

How the Church embraced Universal Reconciliation for over 500 years

Why there have always been 3 Biblical views of Hell from the very earliest days of Christianity

How Augustine admitted that Eternal Torment was the minority view in his day

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Keith Giles

Keith Giles is a former pastor who abandoned the pulpit to follow Jesus and ended up founding a church where 100% of the offering is given away to help the poor in the community. He is the author of several best-selling books including Jesus Untangled, Jesus Unbound, and Jesus Unveiled. He lives with his wife, Wendy, in El Paso, Texas.

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