JB Hixson: Top 10 Reasons Some People Go to Hell

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TODAY’S GUEST: Dr. J. B. Hixson has more than thirty years of ministry experience in the pastoral and academic arenas. Dr. Hixson has served on the faculties and adjunct faculties of nine colleges and seminaries. He earned degrees from Houston Baptist University, Dallas Theological Seminary, and Baptist Bible Seminary. He is pastor of Plum Creek Chapel in Colorado.

He is the author of nine books and has contributed to theological journals, magazine and newspaper articles, and other media. He is the host of Not By Works is a 25-minute daily radio program that airs each weekday.  J. B. and his wife Wendy have been married for 28 years, they have six children and one granddaughter. 

Top 10 Reasons Why Some People Go to Hell: And the One Reason No One Ever Has to!

The premise of this book is based upon fundamental presuppositions that are not the result of internal philosophical musings, personal opinions, or speculative conjecture. Rather, they flow from an external standard that serves as the only basis for beliefs, attitudes, and practices: the Bible. There is a hell. There is a heaven. Not everyone goes to heaven. Some people go to hell. Place your faith in the One who paid your penalty and offers to you the forgiveness of sins and the free gift of eternal life.

A person can be sincere in their beliefs, but they can be sincerely wrong about Jesus and salvation.

Romans 10:8-17

John 3:16-19