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The book Four Views on Hell addresses the question what actually could happen to a wicked man in the hell. The book includes four different perspectives of the authors who address the same problem and maintain the thinking of Christian beliefs. Most of the people would think of hell as the eternal place where one would melt out of heat, fire and burning flames. Christians do not prefer to advocate and have a word about the phenomenon of the hell. The four authors namely William Crockett, John F. Walvoord, Zachary J. Hayes and Clark H. Pinnock together confront and elaborate the phenomena of eternal life of hell. The joined perspectives of the authors provide a brief knowledge to the readers about the phenomenon of the hell and Christian framework. This paper includes a complete overview of four perspectives namely literal view, metaphorical view, purgatorial view and conditional view.
This is a book review on The Emperor’s Pearl by Robert van Gulik. Highly educated writer and a diplomat Robert van Gulik is mostly known as due to his writing on Judge Dee mysteries. He is a Dutch man grew up in Indonesia and taught mandarin.
This is a book review on Heart of a Dog by Mikhail Bulgakov. Mikhail Bulgakov’s 20th-century novel The Heart of a Dog is at a basic level a retelling of the story that Mary Shelly crafted at the beginning of the 19th century about a scientist named Frankenstein and the monster that he created in his quest to blur the distinction between technology and humanity, between creation and imitation.
Eichmann is one of the few Nazi personalities still known to a relatively large number of people. One of the causes for that enduring fame is a book written at the time of his trial by Hannah Arendt, one of the renowned thinkers of our century Eichmann in Jerusalem. A Report on the Banality of Evil. This essay examines the nature of Eichmann’s crime; in what way was he different from the rest of the criminals that exist in our society what made his crime more evil.