This is the web log of publications and activities of Ron Dart, who teaches in the department of political science, philosophy, and religious studies at the University College of the Fraser Valley, Abbotsford, BC, Canada.

Monday, September 05, 2011

This blog is the website for Ronald S. Dart, university professor, mountaineer and mentor. You'll find many of his articles at the Clarion Journal website and can order his book, The Beatitudes: When Mountain Meets Valley by clicking here. Welcome to the journey.


Blogger Wes Fahlenkamp said...

Dear Ron,

I saw you in Hellbound?. I want to inform you of my recently released book -- Jesus and Hitler: Salvation For The Worst Of Us, Salvation For All Of Us Through The Savior Of The World. This is a book of hope for the entire world.

In the book I cross-examine and refute the traditional Christian doctrine of eternal suffering in hell for those who reject Jesus. God's plan to save all people is set forth.

It's been said by mainstream Christianity for hundreds of years that Jesus and His Father will send those who reject Them to hell forever. The Scriptures do not teach this, but instead teach that God our Savior "will have all men to be saved, and to come unto the knowledge of the truth" (1 Timothy 2:4 from the King James Version). Make no mistake, God will judge all sin, but His end goal for all people is to reconcile them to Himself. He is able to do this because of the death of Jesus on the cross. God's plan for a worldwide kingdom, with all people under the caring authority of Jesus, will eventually become reality.

In the book I also reveal translation errors and bias that cause the majority of Christians to wrongly and unwittingly believe that God tortures His enemies for all eternity.

The book is available at the following:

Kindle: Free download the 1st (and sometimes the 15th) of each month

Print: Search inside the book here

Print: Use discount code FTHZRCLF for $2.50 off

I can email a free PDF of the entire book to book reviewers upon request.

I am available for interviews, discussions and debates.

Wes Fahlenkamp (fall-in-camp)

1:36 PM


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