New movie questions the existence of hell

Posted by    |    October 19th, 2012 at 5:40 am

Hellbound logo on a t-shirt (Credit: official Hellbound the movie facebook page)“Does hell exist?  If so, who ends up there, and why?”  Thus begins the promo for “Hellbound?”, a “provocative, feature-length documentary that will ensure you never look at hell the same way again!”  The movie, which is opening in theaters this week, is the project of Kevin Miller, a Canadian writer and director who once played Superman villain Lex Luthor on television.

Miller explains his reason for making the movie: a fear of hell has bothered him since he became a Christian at the age of 9.  He became a Mennonite and then an evangelical before turning to Anglicanism.  He’s now a universalist, which means that he doesn’t believe anyone goes to hell.

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