¿Qué es una eternidad en tormento? ¿Cómo puede ser evitada? Dios permitió que Bill Wiese estuviera por un período de tiempo en la guarida del enemigo, y ahora Wiese comparte en este libro lo que vió, oyó, y sintió. Acompañado de cientos de referencias que existen en las Escrituras sobre los horrores del infierno, el autor comparte sus percepción sobre preguntas hechas con frecuencia, como: "¿Es el infierno literalmente un lugar en llamas?", ¿Dónde está el infierno?", "¿Se tiene un cuerpo físico cuando se está en el infierno?", y "¿Sería posible que una persona "buena" vaya para el infierno?".
What does an eternity in torment look like, and how can it be avoided? God allowed Wiese to spend time in the devil's lair, and now he shares what he saw, heard, and felt. Along with hundreds of Scriptures referencing hell's horrors, Wiese shares his insights to commonly asked questions such as "Is hell a literal burning place?", "Where is hell?", "Do you have a body in hell?" and "Can 'good' people go to hell?"Publishers Description
Como es el infierno? Como se evita vivir una eternidad de tormento? En "23 minutos en el infierno," ""Bill Wiese comparte su inolvidable experiencia en la que Dios le permitio ver y sentir la agonia que la gente padece en el infierno. La visita de Wiese a la guarida del diablo solo duro 23 minutos, pero el autor regreso de alli con los vividos detalles grabados en la memoria.
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Release Date Jun 1, 2006
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|Uno de los mejores libros que he leeido, y de muchissisisma bendicion Mar 14, 2008|
|Un libro que te hara tomar una decision en cuanto si quieres que tu alma permanesca en el cielo o en el infierno por eternidad? Este libro es un mensaje de advertencia vivido encarne propia por este hombre de Dios, para toda la humanidad. Especialmente para despertar a aquel que duerme.. Es de grandiosa bendicion. |
|Book Review - 23 MINUTES IN HELL by Bill Wiese Jan 10, 2008|
|23 Minutes in Hell is Bill Wiese's account of his claimed trip to Hell, followed by attempts at explaining what he saw and the presentation of the Gospel message. His fundamental point is this: that Christians have a duty to witness to others. My review is that of a Christian scholar, and so presupposes the existence of God, Jesus, and afterlife.|
The fundamental problem with 23 Minutes in Hell is Wiese's absolute lack of hermeneutical knowledge or approach. He doesn't understand the imagery of Hebrew poetry (which is in many cases not so different from our own modern poetry). Most scriptures are used out of context, a fact which Wiese himself admits from time to time. He also seems to have no clue about the Biblical languages. He also freely quotes any theologian that serves his purpose.
In the English Bible, there are several distinctly different words that are translated as "hell." In the Old Testament, the word occurring most often is Sheol, the underworld, where all the dead go. It is in no sense a burning, flaming hell, and would not have been imagined so by the OT authors, because at that point very little, if any, understanding of an afterlife had been developed. As such, Wiese uses nearly 100% of his Old Testament references inappropriately. The reader gets the feeling that Wiese just went through an English concordance and found what he was looking for.
There are certainly questions with Wiese's account. Maybe I'm just too cynical, but I was hardly unnerved by his account of hell, as so many have claimed to be. And pretty convenient how he "instinctively" knew how the stench and the heat were "a thousand times" more intense than on earth, and that it was too hot to survive in. The reader is forced to take him at his word (or not). Did he have that experience? Maybe. Maybe he had a dream. Maybe he made it up. But of more glaring concern is how he bent the Bible to make it fit his account.
The title certainly piggybacks on Piper and Murphey's 90 Minutes in Heaven. Also, Wiese mentions he got to know a man at his gym. Wiese says, "I discovered that he had won the World's Strongest Man contest in 1996" (p. 60). Well, I looked it up. The winner in 1996 (and 1991, 1994, and 1995) was Iceland's Magnus Ver Magnusson. He lives in Iceland. I was unable to find any evidence connecting him with Wiese (although I didn't try too hard).
In spite of the heaps of criticism this book has deservedly received, it does make a good point: Christians have a duty to witness to others, as the Bible is clear that there will be a final judgment. As Wiese says on the back cover, "Even if you don't believe my story, I hope you will believe the Scriptures and avoid hell just the same." Amen to that.
From a scholarly perspective, this book is a joke. There are other "I had a personal experience" books that are a lot more credible. It is rather unfortunate that formally-trained seminarians never seem to have these experiences. It would be great to see a book like this written credibly by someone credible.
|UNA BENDICION Aug 29, 2006|
|Este Libro, es una bendicion para cualquiera que lo lea, porque, el escritor lleva el mensaje, y el espiritu santo se encarga de hacer lo demas. Compralo, Leelo y Pasalo...|
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